Elephant

[1989 film] The film, which contains very little dialogue, depicts eighteen murders and is partly based on actual events drawn from police reports at the time. It is shot with 16mm film with much of it filmed using a steadicam and features a series of tracking shots, a technique the director used regularly. The grainy 16mm film, together wi
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ELEPHANT

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[science book] Elephant is a 1964 science book by L. Sprague de Camp, published by Pyramid Books as part of The Worlds of Science series. The book treats its subject comprehensively, covering elephants in captivity and the wild, their use in ancient warfare, modern conflicts between elephants and farmers, and preservation efforts, among oth
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elephant

[n] - the symbol of the Republican Party 2. [n] - five-toed pachyderm
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Elephant

Mascot for the Republican party
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Elephant

El'e·phant (ĕl'e*f a nt) noun [ Middle English elefaunt , olifant , Old French olifant , French éléphant , Latin elephantus , elephas , -antis , from Greek 'ele`fas , -fantos ; of unknown origin; perhaps from Sa
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elephant

1. <zoology> A mammal of the order Proboscidia, of which two living species, Elephas Indicus and E. Africanus, and several fossil species, are known. They have a proboscis or trunk, and two large ivory tusks proceeding from the extremity of the upper jaw, and curving upwards. The molar teeth are large and have transverse folds. Elephants are
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elephant

noun five-toed pachyderm
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elephant

noun the symbol of the Republican Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874
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Elephant

• (n.) A mammal of the order Proboscidia, of which two living species, Elephas Indicus and E. Africanus, and several fossil species, are known. They have a proboscis or trunk, and two large ivory tusks proceeding from the extremity of the upper jaw, and curving upwards. The molar teeth are large and have transverse folds. Elephants are the lar
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elephant

largest living land animal, characterized by its long trunk (elongated upper lip and nose), columnar legs, and huge head with temporal glands and ... [13 related articles]
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elephant

elephant (small)
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Elephant

[public information film] Elephant is the title of a British public information film about the importance of wearing a seatbelt in the rear of a car. It was first broadcast in 1993 and continued until 1998, when it was replaced by the Julie campaign. The film, shot entirely in black and white (save for a streak of red in the closing shot),
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Elephant

[disambiguation] An elephant is a large, grey mammal native to Africa and southern Asia. Elephant may also refer to: ==Films== ==Literature== ==Military machines== ==Music== ==People== ==Places== ==Science== ==Other== ...
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Elephant

The elephant is the two surviving species of the order proboscidea, the African elephant (Loxodonta) and the Asian elephant (Elephas) which are both very similar, except that the African elephant is generally slightly larger and has very large ears. The African elephant also differs from the Asian elephant in having a roughened trunk with two proce
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Elephant

[album] Elephant is the Grammy-winning fourth album by the American alternative rock band The White Stripes. Released on April 1, 2003 on V2 Records, the album marks the band`s major label debut. Despite this change, Heather Phares of Allmusic believed the album "sounds even more pissed-off, paranoid, and stunning than its predecessor...Dar
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[2003 film] Elephant is a 2003 drama film edited, written, and directed by Gus Van Sant. It takes place in the fictional Watt High School, in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, and chronicles the events surrounding a school shooting, based in part on the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. The film begins a short time before the shooting occ
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Elephant

Elephants are large land mammals in two extant genera of the family Elephantidae: Elephas and Loxodonta, with the third genus Mammuthus extinct. Three species of elephant are recognized: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant and the Indian or Asian elephant; although some group the two African species into one and some researchers
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elephant

  1. five-toed pachyderm
  2. the symbol of the Republican Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874

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elephant

elephant, largest living land mammal, found in tropical regions of Africa and Asia. Elephants have massive bodies and heads, thick, pillarlike legs, and broad, short padded feet, with toes bearing heavy, hooflike nails. The gray skin is loose, tough, thick, and nearly hairless. The slender tail ends...
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elephant

Click images to enlargeLarge grazing mammal with thick, grey wrinkled skin, large ears, a long flexible trunk, and huge curving tusks. There are fingerlike projections at the end of the trunk used for grasping food and carrying it to the mouth. The trunk is also used for carrying water to the mouth. The elephant is herbiv...
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Elephant

A jet that has a nuclear wepaon mounted.
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[stories] Elephant is a collection of short stories by American writer Raymond Carver published in 1988. ==Stories== The collection contains the following stories: ===Boxes=== The narrator and Jill find each other after failed marriages. Soon after they set up a household, their comfortable life is disrupted by the arrival of the narrator`s
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Elephant

[song] "Elephant`" is a song by British recording artist Alexandra Burke from her upcoming second studio album. It features American disc jockey Erick Morillo who co-wrote the song with Burke, Brittany Burton, Harry Romero, Jose Nuñez, and Josh Wilkinson. The song, produced by Eric Morillo and Mike Spencer was released in the United Kingdo
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elephant

large unit of paper measurement equal to 28 by 23 inches
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