Theme Sample Clauses

Theme. In keeping with the high aesthetic standards of quality established at the Xxxxxxx Financial Center, the purpose of this Exhibit is to illustrate the Landlord’s intention to maintain a homogeneous signage and graphics program. The importance of maintaining the theme of Xxxxxxx Financial Center is paramount and required absolute cooperation on behalf of all parties to the Lease Agreement. It is in view of this effort to preserve the Center’s theme that the mutual interests of the Landlord and the Tenant will be maintained. Signage will not be limited to trade names only. If the Tenant requires additional identification due to an affiliation with other companies, etc., the Tenant will not be permitted without the express prior written consent of Landlord. Signage will include: Suite number as determined by Landlord. Tenant’s primary trade name and additional information as approved by Landlord. One (1) sign treatment will be permitted for each Tenant. Signs will be located solely as determined by Landlord. Any sign(s), lettering or logos placed inside the office suite which are visible from the exterior of the suite must be approved by Landlord. Tenant agrees to pay all costs associated with signage, including directory strips and wood plaques.
Theme. A Grand re-opening of Corel's E-Store. Much like when a brick and mortar store has a Grand Opening, this launch campaign should focus on driving traffic to the Store.
Theme music which may be utilized for programme openings/closings and intros/extros to and from commercials, for branding for a series and for each episode in a specific series and for station IDs.
Theme. Licensee shall use the NASCAR Marks and NASCAR Trade Dress only in connection with a NASCAR stock car or NASCAR stock truck racing theme.
Theme. Maternal-Child Health Legal Instruments to Lower the Risk of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx (Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx, MA, JD, mentor) Tulane University, School of Law and School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine In 2010, almost 400,000 children became infected with HIV, and mother-to-child transmission was a leading cause. In general, only around one third of those in need of antiretroviral medication actually have these medications available to them. Access to, as well as the timely use of, essential antiretroviral drugs can drastically lower the rate of HIV infections attributed to mother-to-child transmission. If an effective enforcement regime were in place that would guarantee delivery of, and adherence to, these medications among the most vulnerable, it would break the cycle of parent to child health disparities and help solve the problem of orphaned and vulnerable children due to HIV. By providing adequate treatment and educational support, especially to HIV- infected women desiring to start a family, the risk of future generations to acquire HIV from their mothers would be very low. By analyzing and comparing existing legal instruments regarding health and access to medication, as well as national responses to HIV epidemics, their shortcomings that allow this vicious cycle of mother-to-child transmission to continue will be apparent. A study of the aforementioned topics will come together as proposals of reform that will more reliably guarantee delivery of, and access to, antiretroviral drugs to those in need in developing and low-income countries where the problem is most severe, and especially to future mothers, in order to reduce future cases of mother-to-child HIV transmission and break this cycle of health disparity. Impact of Maternal Health Literacy Training on the Behaviors of Mothers Who Have Been Homeless Xxxxxxxx Xxxx (Xxxxx Xxxxx, MD, MPH, mentor) Georgia State University, Department of Public Health, Healthcare Management and Policy Children’s health outcomes are affected by multiple variables, including biological, environmental, psychological and social factors. Many determinants are decided after birth, depending on the surrounding physical and social environment that the child enters. Elements such as socioeconomic status, marital status, race, education level and access to healthcare, greatly affect the mother’s health literacy, and, thus, her ability to adequately care for her child(ren). This project looks at...
Theme. The design scheme shall be somewhat based on the renderings developed by HMC Architects and shall incorporate natural looking rock walls and climbing platforms that mimic landscapes in California. Provide immersive exhibit design experience, where visitors in a simulation of the animal’s natural environment rather than viewing the animals in cages. The immersed landscape not only attempts to recreate the appearance and sense of the animal’s natural environment, but also to place the visitor in a similar context. This design concept strives to meet industry standards for contemporary zoo exhibits which articulate the space in such a way that animal holding areas are concealed, restraint systems are shielded from view, and spaces appear larger or smaller in response to the geographic setting of the exhibit. The goal is to immerse the visitor in a series of zoological and botanical microcosms where animals live in a situation conducive to good health, and if desired, reproduction within capacity. GENERAL DESIGN GUIDELINES: Exhibit style: Provide a naturalistic and immersion exhibits. The naturalistic exhibit style allows for a sense of aesthetically pleasing experience and allows for visual and physical exploration. Exhibit setting: The exhibit should be authentic in every possible detail to provide the visitor with the true story of the origin and natural habitat of the animals without distortion or exaggeration. The exhibit setting should not distract visitors from the animal. However, the background scene should be well detailed so that the scene looks aesthetically pleasing. It should provide visitors with a relaxing and enjoyable experience and should be carefully designed so that the exhibit is not revealed all at once for the visitor to explore. Material: The exhibit building material should be of highest quality and meet Section III General Performance Specification requirements. The use of natural and locally sourced materials and finishes are desired. Both, natural and artificial materials can be used to replicate the natural habitat of the displayed animal as convincingly as possible. Suggested material includes, but is not limited to, concrete shotcrete over re-bar and mesh frame in colors and textures to match local rock formations, concrete block sub-structure, secure metal doors with viewing ports, and thick exhibit quality glass viewing windows to enable public to peer into dens. Vegetation: Choose native plants of the zoo’s region to allow fo...
Theme. Seasonal Toppers, Shelf Talkers and Banners Topper (#4, #5) [3 samples of Sports Authority store banners here] Shelf Talker [sample of Sports Authority shelf talker here] In-Store Banner with tagline [sample of Sports Authority store banners here]
Theme. (8) a Desire to Learn New Things, (Children’s Health or Other Topics of Interest). The final aspect of attending the social support groups that the women mentioned frequently was their desire to learn new things. From the Community Ten Seed Activity, of the 21 women who participated in both of the activities 13 women stated that even though the social support meetings are difficult to attend due to time constraints, they continue to go because they “want to learn more.” When asked if the women attend the social support groups to learn new information and skills 19 out of 21 women saidyes, because it’s important to learn what we don’t know”. The skills and desired behaviors that will be targeted in the mother-to- mother-support groups are knowledge and skills surrounding infant and young child feeding practices, and therefore our effort to understand the extent to which these skills and behaviors might have been taught or learned was paramount to our discussions. Yet, more so than not, the responses the women gave us concerning the desire to ‘learn new things’ was very general. During the Community Ten Seed Activity, when the women were asked “Do you like to participate in the support groups even though in some cases you don’t receive money or food?” a majority (12/21) of the women said yes. When asked why, the common response was, “ it is important that we listen and learn things that we do not already know”. Fourteen of the 21 women felt that they ‘lost information’ if they did not attend the social support groups. When asked if the women learned specific skill sets related to proper infant and young child feeding practices, more so than not, they listed very general topics, such as what foods are good foods, nutrition, or to get good advice. A majority (16/21) of the women stated that they like to get most of their information about nutrition and infant feeding from their rural health post, more than any other place. The following participant response demonstrates how the women are drawn to continue to learn, although it is very general:
Theme. Seasonal Toppers, Shelf Talkers and Banners Topper (#4, #5) Shelf Talker In-Store Banner with tagline [LOGO]