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anything that arouses curiosity or perplexes because it is unexplained, inexplicable, or secret

Synonyms for enigma

something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained

a difficult problem

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Thus, in a theoretical move similar to her use of aenigma, Jowitt is able to locate figures of masculine unruliness and analyze them as potentially constitutive of oppositional political positions.
BOSTON -- Seanodes, the creator and leading developer of Shared Internal Storage solutions, today announced that cloud services provider Aenigma has developed a new multi-tiered storage infrastructure backed by Exanodes[TM] software to increase the reliability and performance of its High Availability Application Hosting Platform for as little as one-twentieth the cost of a similarly configured Fibre Channel SAN.
Delivering Software as a Service Aenigma provides an alternative to on-premise software development offering all the benefits and advantages of high availability and enterprise-grade business tools such as Microsoft Project Server, Office Sharepoint Server and Exchange Server on demand, at a competitive price.
The company has chosen Exanodes to serve as an all-around solution that provides Aenigma with both shared internal storage as well as external storage through iSCSI arrays.
Riddles have been recognized as a source of metaphor as far back as Aristotle, and, under the Greek term ainigma and its Latin descendent aenigma, had their own place in standard lists of rhetorical tropes from classical times until the seventeenth century.
Tras la ejemplificacion, mediante la anterior conexion con Juan Gonzalez, cabria extractarse identicos ejemplos de Alexandre Sylvano que ya habia publicado en Paris, en 1582 sus Cuarenta aenigmas en lengua espanola.
Charnock's sophistication is reflected in the 1572 alchemical Aenigmas, with their explicit accounts of the chemical apparatus and their relationship to their owner's development.