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  • These stories are different in theme from works of his earlier period.
  • It was decided that the new album would have a central theme.
  • Though mainly character-based image songs, they include a few theme songs.
  • However, in later years numerous films were produced on a variety of themes.
  • These themes are common to many works of science fiction and video games.
  • The judge appointed a winner for each theme and gave points to the winning team.
  • Time is also connected to the theme of light and dark.
  • The latter theme would be developed further in later stories.
  • He started with a game's main theme, and developed other pieces to match its style.
  • The theme of nearly all the older winter pictures had been less winter itself than life in winter.
  • In this case the theme word would have been sleep.
  • He has appeared in major network television themes, and has worked in the studio on such projects.
  • A space themed park will also be constructed near the new launch centre.
  • The theme of blind animals has been a powerful one in literature.
  • This theme was clearly an expression of the director's life experience.
  • The score's two main themes only occur two or three times.
  • His writing contains strong personal treatment of themes such as love, loss, beauty, and time.
  • Although additional themed areas have been added, the original six can still be found within the park.
  • Occasionally it will run an extended sequence on a given theme over a week or two.
  • The latter would remain his major political theme.
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Meaning of theme

  • noun A unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work
    it was the usual `boy gets girl' theme
  • noun (music) melodic subject of a musical composition
    the theme is announced in the first measures, the accompanist picked up the idea and elaborated it
  • verb Provide with a particular theme or motive
    the restaurant often themes its menus