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“She heard a dog bark and the sound of men calling to one another at work, and there, on a rising slope ahead of her, was a group of builders, working on a construction site that seemed to be based round an old brick ivy-clad farm building.”
“There is a real disconnect because their way of thinking required years of seclusion on ivy-clad campuses that may as well be Mars to most regular people.”
“But Country Life also enjoys a respected reputation for comprehensive articles about historic buildings, and Mr. Goodall has exploited the magazine's extensive photographic archives, including some especially atmospheric images of castles in their ivy-clad Victorian condition, before 20th-century restorations tidied them up.”
“It was a typical English prep school of the period, as Dahl described it, “a purely money-making business owned and operated by the headmaster,” educating about seventy boys,* aged between eight and thirteen, in a three-story, ivy-clad Victorian Gothic mansion, surrounded by playing fields, tennis courts and allotments.”
“She attached herself to the rear of the tour as prospective students, their families, and tourists circled an ivy-clad building.”
“And then tell us the reaction among colleagues within the ivy-clad halls of academia.”
“Not quite as striking and impressive as Caroline's ivy-clad mansion, but his and hers, mainly his, and bought and paid for.”
“It is quite amazing that, in an age where the Internet makes real time communication from Trenton to Timbuktu a reality, that the bulk of our elite bankers still emerge from a handful of ivy-clad intellectual hatcheries, and bounce back and forth between Wall Street investment banks and the government agencies that regulate them.”
“Old and decayed as was now its desolate appearance, Matilda approached the gothic ivy-clad gateway, with an agitation which almost subdued her, and she was obliged to pause for some time before she had resolution to proceed.”
“Radcliffe's novels commonly feature oppressed young females, passionate, but flawed, young lovers, overwhelming patriarchal villains, faithful, talkative servants, ivy-clad Gothic buildings with sinister vaults, wild romantic scenery and mysteries to be unravelled.”
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