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Portrait of a performer

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Tiny, the circus elephant, kills time Tuesday in the parking lot prior to making her entrance at the Litchfield Civic Center during the first of two shows presented by the Great Family Circus. Her handler, Tom Levling, estimated the pachyderm performer's weight in excess of 3 tons. Tribune photo by Rand Middleton
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