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“The town of 5,000 is renowned the length and breadth of the land for serving up spit-roasted, crispy skinned and pepper-spiced piglets to thousands of visitors who flock here to scoff platefuls of a cherished recipe known as leitão da Bairrada.”
“The Swan or River theme can scarcely be called a leit-motif in the elementary meaning of the phrase.”
“I once wrote a post about the "road not taken" in which I examined wistfulness as a leit motif of adulthood.”
“From the beginning, McCreary showed a Williams-like touch in creating leit-motifs for several of the main characters.”
“This is the leit-motif of all its conferences and probably its most sincere objective, and the one most compatible with its nature.”
“That's been the leit motif around here for the last few days.”
“In fact, panelists and participants alike echoed the leit motif of this conference: The Obama victory was only the beginning.”
“With the political integrity, which has become this governments ‘leit motif’, Darling responded belatedly to outrage of our brave lads and lasses were living in badger sets He promised of £80 million of brand new shiny unaccounted-for money.”
“Si, la patata era un po il leit motiv di queste ricette, perche' ne avevo un sacco pieno da consumare.”
“The perspective is excellent, and the leit motif of the chair is a wonderful unifying device.”
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