IVIE

AcronymDefinition
IVIEInnovative Video in Education
IVIEIndependent Visually Impaired Enterprisers (various locations)
IVIEInteractive Video for International Education
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The ACT IVIE awards are presented to companies in the payments and banking industries to recognise the implementation of emerging technologies.
One of the most outstanding ornamental ivies is the variegated Hedera 'Goldenheart'.
What I don't understand is this: Why do we all accept that what the Ivies did to limit Jewish enrollment was racist and un-American, while what they're doing to limit Asian enrollment is not even considered newsworthy?
Ivies were often grown in pots inside the house and, as they grew, would be trailed around the walls and picture frames.
Shrub and tree ivies are occasionally seen in local landscapes.
Use ivies with yellow leaves such as Gold Heart or Sulphur Heart to add a splash of colour.
The film's most overt yet at the time most elegant reference to American ivies occurs at a funeral when Will sings "Shall We Gather at the River" in the cemetery This song belongs to John Ford as surely as Monument Valley, and Shebib's use of it here is as powerfully ironic as Sam Pecjinpahs's his more famous reference in the opening masacre in The Wild Bunch (1968).
Ivies have a mythical history: Both Bacchus and Nero were said to have worn ivy wreaths, and Nero wore his around his head while Rome burned.
It must be remembered that, although the poorest Ivies have become poorer relative to their richer Ivy competitors, they have become richer relative to most of their other private competitors.
Some plants called ivy are really not ivies at all.
Ivies have, however, been discovered as garden plants of true merit, versatile and adaptable, capable of climbing 100ft up a wall, or providing weed-smothering ground cover for a neglected corner where nothing else grows.
Replant hanging baskets with spring-flowering bulbs, winter heathers, trailing ivies and spring bedding plants.