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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.

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

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

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

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  • 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


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

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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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