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The Number Of The Beast - Tranquillity - Deus Ex Machina (CD, Album)

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  1. Zologrel says:
    Deus ex machina (/ ˌ d eɪ ə s ɛ k s ˈ m æ k ɪ n ə,-ˈ m ɑː k-/ DAY-əs ex-MA(H)K-in-ə, Latin: [ˈdɛ.ʊs ɛks ˈmaːkʰɪnaː]; plural: dei ex machina; English ‘god from the machine’) is a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem in a story is suddenly and abruptly resolved by an unexpected and unlikely occurrence. Its function can be to resolve an otherwise.
  2. Goltigore says:
    The Deus Ex Machina is the central interface of the Machine City. It creates a humanoid "face", similar to that of a human baby, from a swarm of flying insect-like droids, which it uses to communicate. Neo, after managing to fly past the city defenses in the hovercraft Logos, confronts the Machine entity and offers a proposal: In exchange for removing the out-of-control program, .
  3. Shaktijin says:
    Nov 01,  · Album NEU! Writers Michael Rother, Klaus Dinger; Licensed to YouTube by Deus Ex Machina pangels best - Duration: peter angel 16, views.
  4. Nijas says:
    The Number of the Beast () as a convenient and misapplied label for a deus ex machina plot device, in this case, travel through literary stories the author thinks sounds like fun. If you're a teenager (or an uncritical adult looking for "popcorn reading"), it's not a bad read.
  5. Kekree says:
    Music. Deus Ex Machina (punk band), (s. ), a Greek hardcore punk band Deus ex Machina (band), (s. ), an Italian jazz-rock band Deus Ex Machina (heavy metal band), (s. ), a Singaporean death/thrash metal band Deus ex Machina, a composition for piano and orchestra by composer Michael Daugherty; Albums. Deus Ex Machina (Paul Schütze album), .
  6. Nijind says:
    Deus ex machina. Translated simply as ‘god from the machine’, it’s a plot device used by storytellers whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is .
  7. Gardadal says:
    The phrase deus ex machina ['de.ʊs eks 'maːkʰdocnesslichevrebivilmatovotity.coinfoː] (literally "god out of a machine") describes an unexpected, artificial, or improbable character, device, or event introduced suddenly in a work of fiction or drama to resolve a situation or untangle a plot (e.g. the rope that binds the hero's hands is luckily chewed off by a rat, or an angel suddenly appearing to solve problems).
  8. Dumuro says:
    Directed by Kaiulani Bush. With Chad Hadley, Mark Hickey, Sydney Montgomery, Nic Susee. Deus Ex Machina tells the trials and tribulations of a boy who is stuck in a 'metal death trap.' Our epic hero must face harsh weather conditions, scarce food and water, and of course, the insanity that comes with solitude.

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