- n. Plural form of elephant.
“EMA in elephants is actually smaller than that in horses, which are only one-tenth their mass; it is comparable to human limb values.”
“EMA drops sharply with speed in elephants, as it does in humans.”
“Yet man can enchain elephants and employ them, according to their own wishes. ”
“It also prompted the evacuation of nearly 100 elephants from a popular tourist attraction north of the capital.”
“Andrew Sullivan, and the recent trumpeting from many small elephants, is wrong, workers did not cause this crisis.”
“Every time I eat animal crackers, I have the urge to pluck out all the elephants from the whole bag and put them in a cute bowl to give to Motherbumper - but then I realize that that would mean me pawing through them all, and well, ick, so I stop myself.”
“According to native legend in the Congo, the Emela-ntouka, or "killer of elephants," is a semi-aquatic beast with some resemblance to a rhinoceros.”
“Poaching linked to tusk-free gene occurrence in elephants?”
“A "tusk-free" gene typically found in 2-5% of male Asian elephants is now showing up in 5-10 percent of elephants in China, according to a Beijing zoologist who has been studying the creatures since 1999.”
“Dr. Rice has a big job on her hands when she deals with Secretary Powell, Secretary Rumsfeld, of course, what some refer to as the elephants in the room.”
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notanotherjazzpoet had a very promising list which appears to have petered out. Yes, tosspots: descriptions of being drunk. Walk five metres on the white line then leave your suggestions right here.
A complete list of the red cards (things) from the popular word game.
Words that invoke positive imagery of nature.
by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Just got home from Illinois, lock the front door, oh boy!
Got to sit down, take a rest on the porch.
Imagination sets in, pretty soon I'm si...
Looking for tweets for elephants.