There are great cleared flat places hidden away in the forests that are called elephants' ball-rooms, but even these are only found by accident, and no man has ever seen the elephants
In Zambia, he observed that the commitment to conservation had seen the elephant
numbers rise, but encouraged his colleagues in the region to work hard in fighting poaching and illegal wildlife trade.
However, a servicemember who has "seen the elephant
" and served in a war is justly entitled to be called a "War Veteran," and to be a "Peacekeeping Veteran" is no less honourable.
The conservation-conscious actress recalled the first time she'd seen the elephant
, seven years ago.
As McPherson cites, "once they had seen the elephant
, few Civil War soldiers were eager to see it again.
Inside the Jack Douglass Saloon, lounging against the long mahogany bar, a flirty barmaid crooks her index finger at a fellow and coos, "You haven't seen the elephant
till you've spent the night with one of Madam Arabella's girls." Octavia Brown gasps in shock, mutters "Floozies!" - and all the visitors laugh.
"The best thing was we were walking up the hill and all the crew had seen the elephant
before me and they were all being dead weird and then, all of a sudden, I looked and there it was.
Rangers have not seen the elephant
, but plan to drive it back into the forest, Ambu said.
Models like his Raven and Crowfoot which have 'seen the elephant
' while being tested during combat operations in Afghanistan.
To use an American term, Barney has "seen the elephant
" and served with distinction with the Queen's Own Rifles as an NCO and later as a Lieutenant, before being seriously wounded in Normandy in 1944.
The result is combat related through the eyes of men and women who have seen the elephant
and others close to them, individuals who make known their doubts regarding the conduct, purpose, and chances of success in the two ongoing contingencies.
Schlobach has seen the elephants
in action and reports they are majestic and agile.