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1. Haley studied her, an enigmatic smile on his face.
2. He left an enigmatic message on my answering machine.
3. His reply was highly enigmatic.
4. The Mona Lisa has a famously enigmatic smile.
5. She starred in one of Welles's most enigmatic films.
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6. This makes the music less coherent, even enigmatic.
7. He was fascinated by the enigmatic actress.
8. Freud remains today an enigmatic figure.
9. Brown was puzzled by the enigmatic figure.
10. But this cautious, adroit, enigmatic leader seemed for long to be very much what the nation and the times required.
11. Some years before, I might have guessed Bond's enigmatic presence in the scene.
12. Everything carries a strangeness as enigmatic as the vision of Constantina, poised with her knife above the chocolate-roll.
13. Charming, enigmatic Paul Elia balances melody and rhythm, singing as well as playing drums.
14. Bancroft's enigmatic compositions largely eschew tradition and draw their structures and spectacular effectiveness from juxtaposition of thematic material and instrumental sonorities.
15. She smiled that enigmatic smile again as I countered with my bishop's pawn.
16. His sometimes enigmatic expression and behaviour were likened to that of the sphinx in cartoonists' caricatures.
17. His enigmatic features gaze down in every public place of assembly.
18. Still, he is impressive as the surly, enigmatic intellectual who offers Jane a glimmer of hope for a better life.
19. Enigmatic, delicate and beautifully understated, this is a book that will draw you into its very heart.
20. The enigmatic Lines of Nasca are viewed flying over the plains of San Juan.
21. This is partly a humid, faintly Graham Greene-like love story, partly a conundrum about opaque and enigmatic behaviour.
22. Rafiq did not speak but stood looking at his two colleagues, an enigmatic smile on his face.
23. The books they marked were returned, probably not fully read, but with these enigmatic new chapters unwittingly added.
24. The Service Industries For the economic historian, as for the economist, services constitute the most enigmatic sector of the economy.
25. He stuffed his hands in his trouser-pockets and regarded her with enigmatic eyes.
26. He didn't say anything, he just smiled his quiet, enigmatic smile and returned to his paper.
27. During the succeeding weeks he had not written - except to send her an enigmatic note warning her to keep away.
28. So you read it all through, straight, and the enigmatic force of his early poetry strikes you again.
29. Then during the 19505, the searchers began to use high-powered microscopes on some particularly enigmatic rocks.
30. Ever since the start of the journey Ahamado had remained enigmatic, silent and unforthcoming.
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