Theme

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International AIDS Society - List of Conferences
... and their venue International AIDS Conferences number year location theme and link I 1985 Atlanta, Georgia, United States (no theme) II 1986 Paris, France (no theme) III 1987 Washington, D.C ... United States (no theme) IV 1988 Stockholm, Sweden (no theme) V 1989 Montreal, Canada The Scientific and Social Challenge of AIDS VI 1990 San Francisco, United States AIDS in the Nineties From Science to ...
Take That - In Other Media
... Take That wrote and recorded the theme song "Rule the World" for the film Stardust directed by Matthew Vaughn, which was released in cinemas across the globe in October 2007 ... In 2011, Take That's song "Love Love" was chosen as the theme song for the film X-Men First Class and later, When We Were Young was chosen as the main theme for The ...
Theme - Other Uses
... Theme (Byzantine district), an administrative district in the Byzantine Empire governed by a Strategos Theme (computing), a custom graphical appearance for certain ...
Expo 2005 - Theme
... The theme of the Expo was "Nature's Wisdom," with national and corporate pavilions expressing themes of ecological co-existence, renewable technology, and the wonders of nature ...
ILGA-Europe's Annual Conference History
2000 - Bucharest, Romania, theme Accepting Diversity 2001 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands, theme Creating Partnership 2002 - Lisbon, Portugal, theme Recognising Diversity ...

Famous quotes containing the word theme:

    The saying, “The Magyar is much too lazy to be bored,” is worth thinking about. Only the most subtle and active animals are capable of boredom.—A theme for a great poet would be God’s boredom on the seventh day of creation.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    And God-appointed Berkeley that proved all things a dream,
    That this pragmatical, preposterous pig of a world, its farrow that so solid seem,
    Must vanish on the instant if the mind but change its theme ...
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Children became an obsessive theme in Victorian culture at the same time that they were being exploited as never before. As the horrors of life multiplied for some children, the image of childhood was increasingly exalted. Children became the last symbols of purity in a world which was seen as increasingly ugly.
    C. John Sommerville (20th century)