Lev, the son of a Moscow intelligentsia family, was luckier than the fictional ivan Denisovich.
“Zrće is too strong to stop,” former mayor ivan Dabo Đono said, smiling.
At the head of this five-mile convoy was ivan Smith, a 22-year-old Rhodesian.
“Every dollar I spend is a vote,” said ivan Pardo, the founder of Buycott.
That made this the perfect year to read Oblomov, the novel written by ivan Gonchorov in 1859.
ivan consoled her with the promise that he would look after him, and provide for his education.
"I can give you only a few moments, ivan," murmured the princess.
And the old woman made provision for the journey of the Tsarevich ivan.
ivan Mironov was rather drunk, and in that condition was hard to manage.
The boy answered not, but hung down his head, nor did he venture to look towards ivan, while he was speaking.
masc. proper name, from Russian, literally "John," from Greek Ioannes "John." As the personification of Russia, or the typical name for a Russian man (originally a Russian soldier), attested from 1870.