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1. Her designs in clothing became a leitmotif of the 1970s.
2. It was a leitmotif of the early It.
3. This remained the leitmotif of a torrent of radio, television and newspaper interviews Heseltine gave in the days following his resignation.
4. Ashton has other ways of creating a leitmotif to link incidents pertinent to the plot throughout a ballet.
5. If China is a leitmotif, readers may also detect a second running theme—or a pervasive tension.
6. It is the leitmotif of the building, combining a variety of functions: starting with the swimming pool to the living room with a fireplace and then to the bedroom upstairs.
7. The prevalence of tiny companies is a leitmotif across the ailing economies of Southern Europe.
8. The leitmotif of the disaster is cars.
9. Zhang makes the chrysanthemum the film's visual leitmotif.Sentence dictionary
10. But that is because his original leitmotif has been hopelessly over-shadowed through the lack of a good self-education.
11. The canine and anthropomorphism are also a leitmotif in Carlos Amorales' Manimal (2005) as well.
12. But that is because his original leitmotif has been hopelessly over-showed through the lack of a good self-education.
13. The title of one of Dietrich's best-known songs could serve as the leitmotif for her life.
14. This can be effected by the use of a leitmotif or phrases of music.
15. Managed competition, rather than a free market in health care, is the leitmotif of the reforms.
16. Then, as now, rulers used history to shape the present, a leitmotif that has marked almost every era.
17. "The way of true love never works out, except at the end of an English novel, " wrote Anthony Trollope, quoted as leitmotif by Mr Eugenides.
18. For all its consummate visual style, "Inception" also boasts an astute sound design: Listen for the leitmotif of a ticking stopwatch echoed by a passing bicycle and in Hans Zimmer's powerful score.
19. This last event, which almost concludes the book, is its leitmotif.
20. Maybe greater inequality in pay is an unavoidable megatrend, a leitmotif for the 21 st century.
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