Thank you all for all the wonderful advice. With all of your answers I have successfully taken the pacifier from my crazy little two-year-old Gremlin. The first day, when she woke up, I told her we were going to play a game and then proceeded to tell her to find all of her "binks". She walked around the house looking under furniture and tables and pulled out several pacifiers that have been stashed and handed them all over to me. Then, when she wasn't looking I snipped the sucky part off of one of her "binks". At nap time I gave her a similar one and allowed her to have the real thing, then at bed time, I gave her the one without the sucky, she took it tried to put it in her mouth and when she couldn't suck on it she looked at me distraught. I asked her, "What happened to your bink? Oh you know what must have happened, since your a big girl now, and you don't believe in pacifiers, the sucky part disappeared! It means your becoming a big girl and you don't need it anymore!" She whined a little and fell asleep. The next day when she woke up I have neglected to give it to her, and she hasn't looked for them. She is now talking a lot more and is beginning to learn how to soothe herself to sleep without a pacifier.
Again thank you all so much for wonderful advice!