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Enigma

(hardware, cryptography)
The electro-mechanical cipher engine used by the Germans in World War II. Many of their messages were deciphered at Bletchley Park, by Alan Turing and others.
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In a reddit Ask Me Anything earlier this year, studio head Gabe Newell (https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Gaben/comments/5olhj4/hi_im_gabe_newell_ama/dck9qhl/) enigmatically said Valve was working on a traditional single-player title in the Half-Life or Portal universe.
"Retiring at 33 leaves you with that feeling in the back of your mind that you could still do it," he said on day one here before adding enigmatically "it is not something I am thinking about and I would have to have an unbelievable Masters to even consider it." Hmmm.
Selling quirky lifestyle and menswear pieces, P&Co was founded by two Birmingham-based designers who are enigmatically known only as "Mr Clark" and "Mr Timms".
You have to steer clear of me," he whispers enigmatically. Irresistibly drawn to the debonair yet emotionally damaged businessman, Anastasia agrees to a date and Christian spirits her away to his S&M toy-filled red room with via a flight on his private helicopter.
Indeed, Michael Kitchen's funny old face smiled enigmatically down from the wall as we spoke our lines.
The Japanese mother of a 6-year-old British brat is allowed four days with him on her ex's family yacht before losing visiting rights forever in Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli's stylish but over-calculated debut, "Last Summer." Enigmatically withholding vital info makes identification difficult, which begins as a deliberate ploy, but backfires partly due to the airlessness of it all.
The anthology is divided into a quintet of enigmatically titled sections: "Zoetrope," "The Pilot's Almanac," "Gravity Leaps to the Eye," "The Existence Certificate," and "The Institute of Silence"--each section, like a variation, containing movements that shift subtly in pitch and register.
Paul Carter will be talking about his enigmatically titled Ride Like Hell and You'll Get There: Detours into Mayhem, at Waterstone's Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow on Thursday at 6pm.
"I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effect on matter - how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it"- Actress Gwyneth Paltrow waxes lyrical, if enigmatically.
Critics of Jason Dodge's sparse exhibitions over the past decade have frequently cited and relied upon the "narratives" and "poetry" bodied forth by his unassuming, enigmatically undated objects.