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IVESIncome Verification Express Service (Internal Revenue Service)
IVESInformation Vending Encryption System (American Telephone and Telegraph, Inc.)
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Budiansky does not frame Ives as someone pathologically obsessed with the past as Stuart Feder did in parts of his psychoanalytic biography of Ives (Stuart Feder, Charles Ives: "My Father's Song": A Psychoanalytic Biography [New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1992]).
St Ives is an international marketing services group, made up of a number of successful and dynamic businesses serving leading brands internationally, with offices in the UK, North America, China and Singapore.
Proceeding chronologically, these contexts begin in Chapter 1 with Ives himself and his admiration for Ralph Waldo Emerson and the transcendentalists, as reflected in Essays Before a Sonata.
This exhibition sets out to view the art of St Ives from the other end of the telescope, to place it not in relation to where it was made but in relation to what was made, how it was made, and its position in a wider international modern art world.
Mr Cole added: "Being included in Chambers & Partners is a welcome recognition of excellence for each of the 18 barristers who will be listed and our best ever entry in the guide is an indication of the quality of work we continue to have throughout St Ives Chambers, in a broad range of practice areas.
Mr Ives had been the subject of a public inquiry three times before and had also been sanctioned.
Tell me what I can do in Texas for you and I will try my utmost to comply," Ives added, signing off, "your honor-bound comrade.
We should also keep in mind that Ives was a product of his time and place.
Perched high above one of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches, this chic little Georgian townhouse B&B has nine en suite rooms and several have stunning views of Porthminster Beach and St Ives Bay.
The Conservative leader visited the Rainham Steel factory in Scunthorpe in October 2008 - three months after Mr Ives wrote out a pounds 83,000 cheque for them.
A major Victorian poet who also wrote fiction and nonfiction prose for adult, child, and specifically devotional audiences, Christina Rossetti (1830-94) merits the careful documentation that Ives so successfully and admirably provides.
And the 76-year-old, who lost his wife in 2006 before marrying an asylum seeker 40 years his junior, lashed out at Lorraine Ives.