Enigma, aenigma, or enigmatic may also refer to:

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Chuck Bush - Into 2008
... creators of the naval action game Enigma Rising Tide ... Resurgent has already developed an add-on for Enigma entitled Hotel Da Volta, based on the short story by Jay Lake (Enigmacon 2004) ... Resurgent plans to begin development of the Enigma sequel in early 2008 ...
Enigma - Other Uses
... jumping spiders from South Africa Aenigma (beetle), a genus of beetles Enigma machine, any of a family of related electro-mechanical rotor machines used for ...
Stryper Discography - Singles
... Reason for the Season (March 1985) Together As One (Released on Enigma - 1985) Together As One Soldiers Under Command Reach Out (Released on Enigma - 1985) Reach Out Together As One (Previously Unreleased Edited ...
Blue Enigma
... Blue enigma can refer to a cultivar of Salvia guaranitica the Blue Enigma Party, a ballot qualified third party in the U.S ...
Bitwise IIT Kharagpur - Enigma
... Enigma is an online quiz which was first introduced as a part of Bitwise 2007 ... It serves as a curtain raiser event which takes it participants on a journey discovering the terms, concepts and luminaries in the field of Computer Science ...

Famous quotes containing the word enigma:

    The wounded surgeon plies the steel
    That questions the distempered part;
    Beneath the bleeding hands we feel
    The sharp compassion of the healer’s art
    Resolving the enigma of the fever chart.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    His moving impulse is no flabby yearning to teach, to expound, to make simple; it is that “obscure inner necessity” of which Conrad tells us, the irresistible creative passion of a genuine artist, standing spell-bound before the impenetrable enigma that is life, enamoured by the strange beauty that plays over its sordidness, challenged to a wondering and half-terrified sort of representation of what passes understanding.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    A turkey is more occult and awful than all the angels and archangels. In so far as God has partly revealed to us an angelic world, he has partly told us what an angel means. But God has never told us what a turkey means. And if you go and stare at a live turkey for an hour or two, you will find by the end of it that the enigma has rather increased than diminished.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)