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ENIGMA

Abbreviation for:
Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (see Project ENIGMA)
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This brings challenges for the church, which enigmatically he hands to the laity and women religious of Latin America, Africa and Asia in the closing paragraph of the book.
When asked about it Grand-mere would only smile enigmatically.
Bellotti says the time-line "is particularly my own," and he enigmatically adds: "I don't have a feeling.
That's why I prefer a special film like this," she adds, smiling enigmatically.
But not the end for his words: they will remain enigmatically to haunt us.
The interworking of the poetic and the theological remake language in such a way that the converted Muse passes through a recleansing, as all her Christian ornament becomes, enigmatically, her new sin.
The opening chapter, somewhat enigmatically entitled 'Shiny Beast', proposes an approach to this author of 'die vielleichtersten modernen Gedichte in Deutschland' (p.
More enigmatically, English poet TS Eliot wrote, 'In order to arrive at what you are not, you must go through the way in which you are not
The simplest solution is probably the best solution,'' the director says, both enigmatically and not.
But in the warming water, there comes a point at which the molecules suddenly and enigmatically align themselves, and the water simmers.
329-379, Feast Days Jan 2 & 25, depicted in Byzantine art with balding head and squarish beard) was born to Nonna, a devout Christian (Epigram 25 refers enigmatically to her "secret troubles"), and to Gregory, Bishop of Nazianzus, an ardent Trinitarian.
THIS CD begins enigmatically enough with decent helpings of John Schofield's guitar and John Taylor's piano.