through-line

through-line

n
chiefly Austral and US and Canadian a theme or idea that runs from the beginning to the end of a book, film, etc
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There are some through-line storylines [in the crossover] like Oliver and Felicity's relationship, and Barry and Iris' relationship, and what's going on with Sara, what's going on with Victor and Franz," Amell said (via (http://comicbook.
This balance between technology and artistry is also a central through-line in Tupac Martir's keynote address from the 2016 USITT Conference and Stage Expo.
Roland taught me that even a simple thing like that has to have a through-line --a beginning, middle and end.
Her interest in female heroines from history and religion would become the through-line of her career.
The fillips come together to create a single architectural through-line from the 18th floor all the way down to the street.
A through-line of Gessner's narrative is the specter of climate change and the West's unquenchable thirst for water.
The film's Lebanese connection also includes Academy Award-winning composer Gabriel Yared (The English Patient), who scored the presented in segments directed by some of the world's leading animators and a through-line narrative written and directed by Roger Allers (The Lion King).
There's a distinct through-line in terms of old-school lines and sensibility, too.
My career has touched on a lot of technology opportunities and I wanted to draw a through-line across my experiences to illustrate how the high-tech work Lifemap Solutions is doing in the mHealth space is pertinent to monetisation opportunities across the region's broadcast, media and content sectors.
This feeling becomes a through-line, connecting the disparate sentiments such as the longing-filled "Just put your arms around me, tell me everything's OK'' and the defiant "Break my bones but you won't see me fall.
That's the through-line with each of these artists: the potential.
Do you feel like there's a sort of through-line, or central theme to your work?