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ENIGMA

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Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (see Project ENIGMA)
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Not only that, I am in doubt about the Royal Mail's idea of good service as to not tell me what the parcel contains whilst asking me to blindly pay for such an enigmatical thing.
Hence the father in Lord Jim is an underrated danger who, once threatened, proves capable of avenging himself on both his rival and his adopted daughter: "He has his place neither in the background nor in the foreground of the story; he is simply seen skulking on its outskirts, enigmatical and unclean, tainting the fragrance of its youth and of its naiveness" (Lord 286).
Instead, Huigens makes the provocative, if somewhat enigmatical, claim that punishment theory is "orthogonal to" theories of legality.
Enigmatical in the extreme, but something nasty is evolving out there.
This enigmatical statement, we are helpfully informed, refers to Gnostic teachings.
Keppler speaks of "two worlds: the world of light--the familiar safe, clean, orderly world of home and 'family'; and all around this world the 'other world'--the dark, passionate, monstrous, enigmatical world of 'outside'" (109).
Granting that Korean unification is indeed an enigmatical problem, why should scholars be so concerned with the problem of Korean unification?
The essay draws some convincing parallels between the situation of the Sonnet speaker and the female complainant, suggesting that their shared position as injured party to an arrogant and shameless young man is meant to function for a print audience that was not privy to circumstances shared with manuscript readers as a somewhat enigmatical "key" or commentary to the obscure Sonnet relationships.
In The Three Shadows (1881), the ballad question-answer format, employed in An Old Song Ended, is distilled into a deliberately enigmatical lyric form in which the male speaker remembers, as he speaks to his lady in the present, a past self-interrogation, in which the question of the shadowy, indecipherable lady's amorous feelings were the issue.
In the final decade of his life, Grandville gave considerable attention to what Marx would soon call "the enigmatical character of the product of labor.
As caretaker of Vera, her duty is to teach the girl "common sense," recognizing that she is the child of a mother who only dreams: "We are not all like your mother, confounded among the beautiful and enigmatical choices, unable to move or to teach the pawn to move.