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  • n. Plural form of elephant.


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  • 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. '

    The Sultana's Dream

  • It also prompted the evacuation of nearly 100 elephants from a popular tourist attraction north of the capital.

    Typhoon Megi Batters Philippines, Killing At Least 3 (VIDEO)

  • Andrew Sullivan, and the recent trumpeting from many small elephants, is wrong, workers did not cause this crisis.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • 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.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • 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.

    Boing Boing: January 22, 2006 - January 28, 2006 Archives

  • Poaching linked to tusk-free gene occurrence in elephants?

    Boing Boing: July 17, 2005 - July 23, 2005 Archives

  • 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.

    Boing Boing: July 17, 2005 - July 23, 2005 Archives

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2003


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