Using naquadah theme in Emacs

I have been using Naquadah theme in Emacs for some time now, and I think it will be a while until I decide to change. I put the following code in my .emacs after requiring it to modify it a little:

(custom-theme-set-faces
 'naquadah
 `(mode-line ((t (:height 0.7 :background "gray20"))))
 `(mode-line-inactive ((t (:height 0.7))))
 `(gnus-header-name ((t (:height 1.2 :bold t :foreground "sky blue"))))
 `(gnus-header-from ((t (:height 1.2 :bold t :foreground "orange3"))))
 `(gnus-header-subject ((t (:height 1.2 :foreground "cyan3"))))
 `(gnus-header-to ((t (:height 1.2))))
 `(gnus-header-date ((t (:height 1.2))))
 `(font-lock-function-name-face ((t (:foreground "MediumOrchid1" :bold t))))
 '(ido-first-match ((t (:foreground "orange" :bold t))))
 '(ido-only-match ((t (:foreground "yellow"))))
 '(ido-subdir ((t (:foreground "magenta1"))))
 '(minibuffer-prompt ((t (:background "magenta4" :foreground "orange1"))))
 )

After this, my Emacs looks like:

Naquadah

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