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  • proper n. A German device used during World War II to encode strategic messages

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  • ENIGMA - Evelyn Easters Swain, 89, of Enigma died Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010, at her son's residence in Enigma.

    Tifton Gazette Homepage

  • "Blue Enigma" is a wonderful selection, starting to flower in July and out until it is frosted.

    Stunning salvias

  • Enigma is obscure enough that the bad guys did not include it on the list of blocked URLs.

    How to diagnose and defeat the dangerous Conficker worm

  • His strange geeky life and its social success are all documented in the biography of his called The Enigma by Andrew Hodges (1983).

    Rain Man's Curse

  • I don't want him to know this, but I hate most religious music - although I do like "Enigma" - but that is about as churchy as I get.

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  • "Enigma" - Literary References - In Popular Culture - Study Aids - Frankenstein - Electronic Editions - Romantic

    Enigma

  • I think you'd like the themes in the one Tim tells me is titled Enigma - really cool with some Gregorian chanting-type parts.

    Building Site

  • In the history of cryptography, the Enigma was a portable cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages.

    Boing Boing: March 26, 2006 - April 1, 2006 Archives

  • I watched a newcomer called Enigma practice a tricky combo with “Awesome” Austin Creed, a gregarious, handsome young black guy—the only African-American on the roster—whose character was modeled on Apollo Creed from the Rocky films.

    Rapture Ready!

  • The short version of the story is that during World War Jr. the Germans were convinced that their code machine, known as Enigma, kept their military secrets safe.

    Rambles at starchamber.com » Blog Archive » Enigma and the Danish school teacher

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