from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. extremely low frequency
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- Extremely low frequency, the band of radio frequencies from 3 to 30 hertz
- Executable and Linking Format, a common object file format for Unix
- Earth Liberation Front (radical environmentalism group)
- Endangered Language Fund, a non-profit organization
- English as a lingua franca
- Elvish Linguistic Fellowship, an organization that studies the invented languages of J. R. R. Tolkien
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I do not belong to or agree with Defenders, PETA or Green Peace as they do not belong in the same category as ELF, the ELF is extreme ....
He notes that the data suggest that culture and identity can be expressed through ELF, which contradicts the claims … that ELF is culture and identity neutral.
The name of the terrorist group, ELF, is an acronym for Earth Liberation Front.
What don't you McDaniel Lovers not get in that ELF is short and slow?
He argued that it was hypocritical to label the ELF
The ELF was the only legitimate group still carrying out Direct Actions, and they were brilliant at it—secretive in their planning and meticulous in their follow-through.
The ELF is a decentralized eco-terrorist group linked to several attacks during the past six years, including a ski resort, a logging company, new housing developments, and car dealerships.
Back in the early 90's I was a co-founder of a Rainforest conservation organization called ELF - Earth Love Fund and I was working on a compilation album, 'Earthrise'.
The ELF is a loose collection of radical environmentalists that has claimed responsibility for dozens of attacks since the 1990s.
Indiana committed in the name of a radical group, the Earth Liberation Front, known as ELF, from 1999 through 2003.