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The river Elid is symbolic of Elidinis

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current01:14, November 21, 2016Thumbnail for version as of 01:14, November 21, 201634 × 41 (4 KB)Aescopalus (Talk | contribs)Added transparency
22:06, December 12, 2013Thumbnail for version as of 22:06, December 12, 201334 × 41 (5 KB)Leon Art (Talk | contribs)How do they always say it?? As per [ this]
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15:36, November 15, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 15:36, November 15, 2008300 × 41 (24 KB)Kytti khat (Talk | contribs)The river Elid is symbolic of Elidinis


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