In the mid-'90s, collegiate a cappella exploded from an ivy League curiosity to a full-blown coed pursuit.
The New York ivy has become the latest in a string of schools to be accused of sweeping charges of sexual assault under the rug.
But in Finland, it is as competitive to become a public school teacher as it is to gain acceptance into an ivy League university.
Scarsdale High School regularly sends students off to the ivy League.
Lichtblau was ivy League and looked it, with a classic, direct style of questioning that was blunt and to the point.
Pembroke was in the background, its grey walls overhung with ivy.
The ivy heard them, and she loved the oak-tree more and more.
It was a plain, heavy slab placed horizontally, and the ivy had so run over it that the white of the marble was nearly obscured.
Since then the ivy has grown over them to hide their nakedness.
The dark walls were quite covered with holly and ivy, mixed with the blossoms of laurustinus and some bright flowers.
Old English ifig, from West Germanic *ibakhs (cf. Middle Low German iflof, Dutch eiloof, Old High German ebahewi, German Efeu), of unknown origin; the second element in the Old High German word might be "hay."
Ivy bush as a sign of a tavern where wine is served is attested from mid-15c. Ivy League, inspired by the notion of old, ivy-coated walls, dates to 1933 (perhaps originally in reference to football; it consists of Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale).
A language with a more pleasant syntax than Perl, tcl or Lisp. It has nice features like low punctuation count, blocks indicated by indentation, and similarity to normal procedural languages. This language started out as an idea for an extension language for the editor JOE.
An experimental interpreter by Joseph H Allen firstname.lastname@example.org was posted to alt.sources on 28 Sep 1993.