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  • My Forum using own style, called "mytheme" and I already copied the Oxygen buttons to

    PunBB Forums

  • "mytheme", you would need to put the following lines at the beginning of the theme's functions. php file (you might have to create a new functions. php file if it doesn't exist):

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • A few minutes after my post, the cut-off of comments on that thread prevented me from developing mytheme.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » On Goldstein On Liu

  • But the mytheme then are still the parts of those literarary works which are believed by the society in which the work is created.

    Science fiction as myth

  • On the analogy of “phoneme” or “morpheme” as units of sound or verbal structure, terms like “mytheme” or “narreme” have been pro - posed to designate the primary segments of myth or narration.

    MOTIF

  • This is a fabrication, the start of a paternalistic mytheme that was current under Mubarak and Suleiman and has been extended and continued in the 'West' to help 'explain' these events, presumably in a way that does not require them to confront the idea of a successful peoples revolution against capitalism, repression and colonialism.

    The Guardian World News

  • I said that this theory might be applicable to Leiji Matsumoto's storytelling, and here I've already given you what I think is the core mytheme of the Leijiverse.

    Anime Nano!

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  • In the study of mythology, a mytheme is the essential kernel of a myth, an irreducible, unchanging element, similar to a cultural meme, one that is always found shared with other, related mythemes and reassembled in various ways—"bundled" was Claude Lévi-Strauss's image— or linked in more complicated relationships, like a molecule in a compound. For example, the myths of Adonis and Osiris share several elements, leading some scholars to conclude that they share a source. (Wikipedia)

    May 20, 2008