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  • FYI, I think someone already touched on this, but the elephant cake is for a little girl named know, Ella-phant....

    Sunday Sweets: Cute-Tastic!

  • They are all great but that "ella" phant cake should have ended up on a regular wreck day.

    Sunday Sweets: Cute-Tastic!

  • Sorry, Maurine, no space for the mecha-phant from "Steam House."

    Closer to being done

  • As a side note, we're going to need to research how elephants work because we had a little confusion there... does the 'phant rampage if it can't retreat... or only rampage when it dies?

    GAMING NEWS: Saturday With The Gang (1 April 2006)!

  • The aspiring Michael Moore sycophant or more appropriately psycho-phant in this case, one Ruth Spitz, is a retired college professor, which probably says something in itself.

    From On High

  • The look on the massive barbarian's face resembled that of a young child seeing his first oli-phant at a menagerie.

    Night Arrant

  • Her voice held a trium - phant sound as if she had won through some hard battle to reach this time and place.

    Flight in Yiktor

  • However, the cosmogony of Eureka was late and isolated — intellectually Poe was an offspring of the eighteenth century — at a time (1848) when the trium - phant world view was not only Heraclitean but ro - mantic, in the strict sense of the word, rather than baroque.


  • He dropped on one knee and fired into the brown of the men on the veranda, but the bullet flew high, and landed in the brickwork with a vicious phant that made some of the younger ones turn pale.

    Under the Deodars

  • Hindustani phrases, mastered the nasal pronunciation of "hainya," and placed the artificial accent on _phant_ and _lo_ in the second line of the chorus.

    The Wings of the Morning


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