Among their topics are one African genealogy of dangerous things, deus ex machina and other theatrical interventions of the supernatural, how the common practice of counting one's beads reveals its secrets in the Muslim communities of North Cameroon, the affective power of the face veil between disgust and fascination, and online gaming between spiritual experience and commodity fetishism.
What does DXM stand for?
DXM stands for Deus Ex Machina (Latin: God in the Machine)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of DXM
- Data Exchange Layer (Information security)
- Destination Extra Large
- Diagnostic X-ray and Lab
- Domino Extended Markup Language
- Domino Extensible Language (Extensible Markup Language)
- Dual X-ray absorptiometry and Laser technique (bone mineral density measurement)
- Dual X-ray and Laser (patented bone density measuring technology of Demetech AB, Täby, Sweden)
- Dynamic Cross Linking Technology
- Default XLT Format
- Data Exchange Manager (shipping software)
- Dextromethorphan (cough suppressant; sometimes used as a recreational drug)
- Digital Extended Math Library
- Drupal Extensible Markup Language
- Dynamic eXtensible Markup Language
- Deus Ex Multiplayer
- Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry
- Data eXchange Navigator (Theorem Solutions; data conversion tool)
- Diversity Exchange Network (Cultural Diversity Advisory Group project; UK)
- Defence Executive Officer (Ministry of Defence; Singapore)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Soprano Susan Watkins' Magic Fairy arrives onstage as a deus ex machina who ultimately rescues the Velveteen Rabbit.
Another of Jan's favourites is Clippa Theatre's stunning performance of Deus Ex Machina at St Mark's Basin, Stockton, in 2005.
There is no Deus ex Machina, no police to step in at the end, and the only protection people have is themselves and their ability to get along with one another.
We leave the romance and the cloudbursts and the deus ex machina to other companies.
The star, however, is the unassuming Jeff Clarke, a deus ex machina as deviser, stage director and musical director.
They met at Deus Ex Machina in Parramatta Rd, Camperdown, with Bloom riding there on his new customised road bike turned hill climber, the Deus SR400, which cost him 20,000 dollars, reports the Daily Telegraph.