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Two dimensional array problem


I'm trying to create a simple two dimensional array in PHP, following a guide pulled from the net.  My code is below.  I'm getting the usual undefined use of constant error, please help.
$pages = array( 
			   	array( Post => "homepage", Value => "homepage_page" ),
				array( Post => "contact", Value => "contact_page" ),
				array( Post => "status", Value => "status_page" ),

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Where warning of course is true, neither Post nor Value are constants and can not be used without being quoted, take a look below for 2 possible solutions.
$pages = array(
	array( "Post" => "homepage", "Value" => "homepage_page" ),
	array( "Post" => "contact", "Value" => "contact_page" ),
	array( "Post" => "status", "Value" => "status_page" ),
define("Post", "Post");
define("Value", "Value");
$pages = array(
	array( Post => "homepage",Value => "homepage_page" ),
	array( Post => "contact", Value => "contact_page" ),
	array( Post => "status",  Value => "status_page" ),

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