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In lieu of the CES show floor tours that many publishers relied on for years, many publishers are presenting thematic deep dives, which feature top editors discussing topics such as the proliferation of 5G or autonomous cars.
Iwájú, a name that loosely translates to “the future” in Yoruba, a language spoken in West Africa, is set in Lagos and will explore a number of thematic concerns from class and innocence to challenging the status quo.
Catherine and I’ve been lucky to work across a number of different particular thematic areas, but the thing they have in common is just this personal connection to how and why their business needs to exist.
This space also carried forth the thematic element of a garden with its unique wall paintings and frescoes.
The score of Pelléas et Mélisande ill brooks the short and ruthless method of the thematic annotator.
There are whole passages that exist only in obedience to some scholastic demand for thematic inversions and deformations.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
(a) The second aorist middle without the “thematic” ε or ο: as ἕβλη-το, was struck; ἔφθι-το, perished; ᾶλ-το, leaped.
Jovial in high degree, the Scherzo begins with the thematic complexity of modern fashion.
In thematic invention it is perhaps more strongly stamped with Elgar's originality than any other work.
MUSICAL CRITICISMSARTHUR JOHNSTONE
Mozart's Thematic Catalogue shows what he was capable of accomplishing even while at work upon "Figaro."

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