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The person who opened the door was the tiniest adult I had ever seen, her smile elfish.
Filian's monastery for healing, Lucy runs away to join the elfish Lady of the Lake.
Hawthorne strove to understand his child's very nature, for, he wrote, "there is something that almost frightens me about the child--I know not whether elfish or angelic" (8: 412, 415, 411, 430).
His own brand of elfish, gobliny sound has survived two previous failed bands.
Flanked by high-end luxury stores in the mall's up scale Fashion Avenue, the glittering showroom boasts arches - on the ceiling and on the soles of the shoes - and elfish signature logos on the floor.
Beyond the shadow of the ship I watch'd the watersnakes: They mov'd in tracks of shining white; and when they rear'd, the elfish light Fell off in hoary flakes.
The Elfish Gene: Dungeons, Dragons, and Growing Up Strange" is the memoir of someone who was in no way the cool kid, someone who instead of doing normal things like defacing public property or having teen pregnancy scares, spent his hours believing he was an elf who went around stabbing dwarves in the face.
He and his friend Haruno investigate, and they are joined by Aoi, an elfish minstrel, and Gyoku, who types with a funny accent and wants to get the e-mail addresses of all the female avatars.
With elfish caprice, David Allison borrowed again from the exterior design motifs of the museum, whose marble medallions, made in 1899 by John Ross, represented the museum's antiquities collections and areas of research.
It was made by specialist Celtic manufacturers St Justin of Cornwall and is based on their best selling Elfish Ring, inspired by The Ring of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.