Elves

[Dungeons & Dragons] Although most famous for his Nero Wolfe novels, Rex Stout wrote other books, such as Red Threads (a novel with Inspector Cramer as the protagonist) and earlier books such as the The President Vanishes. The bibliography section of the article on Rex Stout lists other books by Rex Stout, including his early novels, and no
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Elves

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Elves

[Shannara] Elves are one of the races in the Shannara series of epic fantasy novels by Terry Brooks. They are the only race of the faerie creatures (apart from the King of the Silver River and Uhl Belk) still in the World, though they now have become mortal. Though Elves usually refers to the Westland Elves, Elves can be split into two: the
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Elves

[Discworld] In Terry Pratchett`s Discworld novels, elves are extradimensional inhuman monsters. Elves on the Discworld are based more on the nastier kind of fairy-folk in European (and other) folklores than elves as portrayed in most modern (post-Tolkien) fantasy fiction. They are not native to the Disc, but come from a "parasite universe",
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Elves

[Elfquest] The comic book series Elfquest, created by Wendy and Richard Pini, features a race of elves on the World of Two Moons, searching for their origins and place in the world. ==Origin== The elves are descended from a spacegoing race known as the High Ones, who were accompanied by small workers (later to evolve into trolls) and winged
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elves

[n] - an acronym for Emissions of Light and Very low frequency perturbations due to Electromagnetic pulse Sources
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Elves

Elves noun ; plural of Elf .
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elves

noun an acronym for emissions of light and very low frequency perturbations due to electromagnetic pulse sources; extremely bright extremely short (less than a msec) electrical flashes forming a huge ring (up to 400 km diameter) in the ionosphere
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Elves

A term the host uses to refer to guests on the PBS television show, 'Wall Street Week', who are technical analysts attempting to predict the direction of stock prices over the next six months.
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Elves

• (pl. ) of Elf
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ELVES

Technique to increase creativity: be at Ease, make Lists, Vary the lists, Eureka, Select.
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[film] Ken Carpenter | music = Vladimir Horunzhy | cinematography= Kenny Carmack | editing = Tom Matthies | studio = Action International Pictures | distributor = Action International Pictures ==Plot== When teenager Kirsten (Julie Austin) accidentally cuts her hand during an "Anti-Christmas" pagan ritual with her friends Brooke and Amy in t
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Elves

[Marvel Comics] The Dark Elves of Svartalfheim and the Light Elves of Alfheim in Marvel Comics are fictional races based on the elves of actual Norse legends. ==Publication history== Bright-Elves first appeared in Thor #277 (Nov. 1978) and were created by Roy Thomas, John Buscema and Tom Palmer. None of the small crowd of Bright-Elves who a
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Elves

Technical market timing strategy that predicts price movements on the basis of historical price wave
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