Eleph

Eleph

(ē`lĕf), in the Bible, town, near Jerusalem.
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India, May 26 -- Once again my favorite Swahili adage, "When eleph ants fight, the grass is crushed" has proved true at the pandemonium raised in the Parliament that brought the recent Budget Session to an abrupt end.
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