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ENIGMA

Abbreviation for:
Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (see Project ENIGMA)
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But, surely, there aren't any horses less enigmatic than the Budapest Bullet, a sobriquet coined in this column and regrettably unpatented.
Because of the weather conditions changing, Bosphorus take enigmatic position and give wonderful landscapes.
All are enigmatic, some riddles and others only riddle-like in how they simultaneously give and withhold information.
If an iconic building must have a new and provocative image, but cannot directly call on the iconography that underlay traditional or religious architecture (because that is no longer believed), then it must produce enigmatic signifiers that allude to unusual codes.
Reygadas attracted immediate attention in 2002 for his notably confident and achieved debut, Japon (Japan), a minimal yet unpredictable movie in which every interaction is at once elemental and enigmatic.
Ranjodh Gill, author of the editorial published in the July 2005 issue of the Southern Medical Journal entitled "Hypoglycemia--An Enigmatic Dilemma," that "for best diagnostic yield, patients should undergo testing during an episode of spontaneous hypoglycemia.
who has been selected by President Bush to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by Sandra Day O'Connor's resignation, has been described as a conservative-leaning jurist with a thin and enigmatic record.
The music, by David Morrow and Thom Willems, is correspondingly intermittent, with long notes of chords that add to the dreamlike unreality of the atmosphere--as do the enigmatic phrases projected on the back wall: "Resembling Dawn," "An explosion, too distant to be heard," "His last afternoon as himself.
Uneven wall and ceiling surfaces sported enigmatic scratches, smudges, combinations of dots and grids, as well as drawings and painted figures whose narrative meaning had been rendered unfathomable by the passage of time.
40pm, Channel4) with the enigmatic Antonius Pius (6-1 generally).
Her work on radiation--which eventually killed her--led to the discovery of two new elements and won her two Nobel Prizes, and her enigmatic personality also is explored here.
One of Soho's most enigmatic commercial properties is being brought to market by an affiliate of Lighthouse Real Estate Ventures of Lynbrook, New York.