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  • proper n. A novel by Sir Walter Scott.
  • proper n. The hero of this novel.


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  • IVANHOE - A group of parents and community members from the Hendricks and Ivanhoe areas got together last month to talk about concerns for the Lincoln HI schools.

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  • Ivanhoe is less like the Middle Ages than Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill, because in Scott's day less was known about the period.

    History and Literature

  • The reader of "Ivanhoe" -- that finest romance of Sir Walter

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  • Ivanhoe, which is increasing its stake in the Australian copper explorer Exco Resources Ltd. to 19.6%, made minor gains Thursday.

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  • Instead, they must take on a role as one of the poem's characters through an interactive Web-based software application called Ivanhoe, which McGann and his colleagues developed in 2001.

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  • There was a time when I used to know a boy called Ivanhoe


  • A month, however, after he had entered college, he was known as Ivanhoe to all the class who knew anything about him at all; and, in the catalogue published in his sophomore year, he was registered quite curtly as Scott Brenton.

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  • London-based Rio this week said it paid C$529.5 million to increase its holding to 48.5 percent in Ivanhoe, which is developing the Oyu Tolgoi copper project in Mongolia.

  • Ivanhoe, which is currently focused on the Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mine in Mongolia, said

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  • Canada-based Ivanhoe, which is expecting to sign a long-awaited Mines are expected to sign an agreement with the Mongolian government tomorrow to finally pave the way for the - Articles related to Drilling lease gets Santa Fe Opera in hot water


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