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WFEWafer Fabrication Equipment
WFEWayFinder Experience (Kingston, New York summer camp)
WFEWindows Front-End
WFEWater, Fuels, and Environment
WFEWorst Friend Ever
WFEWeekly Forumer Event (RuneScape; online gaming)
WFEWorld Football Extra (website)
WFEWild Frontier Ecology (UK; est. 2003)
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7 WATER FOR ELEPHANTS (2011) ROBERT Pattinson is Jacob, a veterinary medicine student who, after learning of his parents' deaths, drops out.
Sara Gruen is the best-selling and widely translated author of four previous novels, including Ape House (2010) and the novel turned film, Water for Elephants (***1/2 Sept/Oct 2006).
TBefore Sara Gruen wrote Water for Elephants, which was adapted for the 2011 movie of the same name starring Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon, she was a technical writer, producing manuals for computer software.
Sara Gruen, the American author of Water For Elephants, masterfully depicts the significance of class politics and unlikely female friendships in a war-torn environment.
Please remember that you read it here first: The photo safari industry will not pump water for elephants across the vastness of central Botswana.
The canine earned nods for both The Artist and for his part in Water for Elephants.
Water For Elephants (12) JACOB Jankowski (Robert Pattinson) is poised to take his final veterinary exam at Cornell University when he learns that his parents have been killed in a car accident.
But despite the miscasting, Water For Elephants still manages to be an entertaining effort as we follow vet student Pattinson after tragedy sees him join a third-rate circust.
Our spectacular offer for Culture Club members this week is a chance to win tickets to the London premiere of new film Water for Elephants.
Water for Elephants is narrated by David LeDoux and John Randolph Jones, who provide a vivid dual narration to a fine story of a Depression-era circus.
It's impossible not to compare Sara Gruen's most recent novel, Ape House, with her spectacular Water for Elephants, released in 2006.
Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls and Water for Elephants by Sara