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  • ...neral term used in modern times it describes an active agent who appears unexpectedly to solve an apparently insoluble difficulty. ''Article on the'' '''''deus ex machina''''' ''is not yet fully written.''
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  • ...still anticipate salvation from a messiah, a conquering hero, a ''deus ex machina'', or some other agent with power to fracture the unsupportable and institu ...ce and peace, with technology that always seems to arrive like a ''deus ex machina'' to solve any problem, it becomes easy to believe that life is perfectible
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  • ...ssical Theatre which, in modern terms, means an active agent who appears unexpectedly to solve an apparently insoluble difficulty.
    188 B (26 words) - 05:28, 22 June 2008
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  • {{r|Morris the Explainer}}
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  • ...neral term used in modern times it describes an active agent who appears unexpectedly to solve an apparently insoluble difficulty. ''Article on the'' '''''deus ex machina''''' ''is not yet fully written.''
    5 KB (744 words) - 00:43, 1 January 2021
  • ...ns including the modern dramatic method, especially in film, see [[Deus ex machina]].}} ...oger Dunkle, [http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/classics/dunkle/tragedy/index.htm ''Introduction to Greek Tragedy''])</ref>
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  • ...still anticipate salvation from a messiah, a conquering hero, a ''deus ex machina'', or some other agent with power to fracture the unsupportable and institu ...ce and peace, with technology that always seems to arrive like a ''deus ex machina'' to solve any problem, it becomes easy to believe that life is perfectible
    830 B (122 words) - 22:17, 3 July 2009
  • {{r|Exposition (literary technique)}} {{r|Deus ex machina}}
    219 B (28 words) - 22:05, 3 July 2009
  • {{r|Deus ex machina}}
    428 B (56 words) - 23:24, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Deus ex machina}}
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  • {{r|Deus ex machina}}
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  • ...ies, must be considered a fairly minor one. It does, however, have several examples of Gilbert's understated and astringent humor. ...evocative best when dealing with the giant dog and "The Headmaster" is no exception.
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  • | title = Taliban ex-foreign minister released ...e are against co-education, but we are happy with separate education...For example, in Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, people are studying separat
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  • ...involved in their everyday lives, but the [[supernatural]] encounters and extraordinary circumstances escalate over the course of the story. King evinc ...pay for his studies, including one at an industrial laundry. He used the experience to write the short story "[[The Mangler]]". The campus period in hi
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  • ...nsider that conventional biological theories explain the evolution of complex features of organisms elegantly and efficiently. Critics have also accused ...n [[Thomas Aquinas|Saint Thomas Aquinas]] (1225-1274), who argued that the existence of God could be deduced by reason.
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