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theme,

n a common trait among different diseases or different homeopathic remedies that connects them. See also essence.
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Table 12: US Theme Parks Market (2006 & 2007): Percentage Share Breakdown of Attendance by Leading Theme Parks -The Magic Kingdom, Disneyland, Epcot at Walt Disney World, Disney MGM Studios at Walt Disney World, Disney's Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney, Universal Studios, Disney's California Adventure, Islands of Adventure, Seaworld Florida, and Universal Studios Hollywood (In '000s) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-7 A Peek into Recent Past III-8
Remember that your logo--and, hopefully, theme line--are front and center on shirts and caps, and often on pants and sweatshirts and more.
Engaging in constructivist career counseling would help Sue to reconstruct her life narrative and engage in behaviors that are congruent with the reconstructed life theme.
The best ways to develop themes involve pretrial jury research, including mock trials, focus groups, and community attitude surveys.
In Luke, the shepherds are the first to get the announcement of Jesus' birth, and this brings forward Luke's theme of Jesus always being found as one of the outcasts.
Because Latin America does not have many homegrown theme parks, the company will have to do a larger amount of building from the ground up.
The same principles used in designing corporate campuses are used in theme park design," Heilig added.
Not even Jan Massys in his sensuous, bacchanalian versions of the theme went as far as Lucas.
It is important to discover the heart of the case early enough in the litigation so that the winning theme may be developed through discovery and presented to the jury properly.