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In other places the tabernacle is significantly confounded with the temple of Jerusalem (Graf, p. 56), but on the whole it remains a tolerably inert conception, only made use of in the passage before us (2Chronicles i.) in an _ex machina_ manner in order to clear Solomon of a heavy reproach.
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It was not because tradition gave the Law and the hierocracy and the _Deus ex Machina_ as sole efficient factor in the sacred narrative, but because these elements were felt to be missing, that they were thus introduced.
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He was glad to see the turn the conversation had taken, and hoped that a _deus ex machina_ had appeared.
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Fortunately, at about the time when Darwin's Descent of Man was published, there had come into Princeton University "deus ex machina" in the person of Dr. James McCosh.
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My pride rose up like the _deux ex machina_ in the melodrama and forbade the banns.
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So the Diabolus ex machina, the evil genius of each human life decrees that the most cruel cureless pangs are inflicted by the instruments we love best.
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He was on his knees, whining for forgiveness, when the little sweep, like a deus ex machina, alighted suddenly in the middle of the hearth, and surprised him in his abject and ridiculous posture.
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THE LIBERAL EDITOR RE-APPEARS AS 'DEUS EX MACHINA' IT was perhaps a week later, as old Mr. Naseby sat brooding in his study, that there was shown in upon him, on urgent business, a little hectic gentleman shabbily attired.
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But the ill-concealed bladery of the machine, the present machinery of Fate, the deus ex machina, so to speak, was against him.
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Dick on the balcony was the Deus ex machina.
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Another echo from tragedy is heard at the end of the play, when Jupiter appears in the role of deus ex machina.[116] Burlesque of character and calling puts in an occasional appearance.
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Let us pass from abstractions to possible instances, and ask our obliging deus ex machina to frame for us a richer world.
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When all seems over, and a man has made up his mind to injustice, he has still, like the heroes of romance, a little bugle at his belt whereon to blow; and the Maire, a comfortable DEUS EX MACHINA, may still descend to deliver him from the minions of the law.
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And now who should come dropping in, ex machina, but Dr. Japp, like the disguised prince who is to bring down the curtain upon peace and happiness in the last act; for he carried in his pocket, not a horn or a talisman, but a publisher-had, in fact, been charged by my old friend, Mr. Henderson, to unearth new writers for Young Folks.
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And Gerald was the God of the machine, Deus ex Machina.
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Then comes the necessary _Deus ex machina_ in the shape of Andronic, who pays everybody everything, saves his friend, and play proceeds.
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The decisive incidents seem to be brought in like the deus ex machina of the later Greek drama.
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Examples of Machina

Example #1
Thus the shadow takes the air from the body.
Example #2
So also must the sacrifice which Solomon should have offered on his return from Gibeon before the ark at Jerusalem be similarly ignored (2Chronicles i. 13), because it uould destroy the force of the previous explanation of the high place at Gibeon.
Example #3
If we are to explain the _omissions_ by reference to the "author's plan," why may we not apply the same principle to the _additions_?
Example #4
The alterations and additions of Chronicles are all traceable to the same fountain-head-the Judaising of the past, in which otherwise the people of that day would have been unable to recognise their ideal.
Example #5
Lord Blandamer's next question was still more encouraging.
Example #6
It used to be called, I fancy, the Blandamer Aisle.