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McIntosh

Often a misspelling for Apple's Mac computers, but may refer to McIntosh Laboratory, Inc., Binghamton, NY (www.mcintoshlabs.com), makers of high-end hi-fi equipment. Founded in 1949 by Frank McIntosh, after more than 60 years in business, McIntosh gear is coveted by audiophiles worldwide. See Macintosh.
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After the fight a delighted Bellew revealed his partner is expecting their third baby and perhaps fittingly, Bellew made child's play of McIntosh.
Shenaz Muzaffer, prosecuting, told the court that McIntosh indecently assaulted the girls over a number of years, when they were both under 13.
While Caborn retained the brief for Tote, levy and racing-related issues, McIntosh was handed the rest, with the intention of using his position and affable nature to guide the complex Gambling Bill through the Lords, where the Conservatives held a majority.
McIntosh Trustee Jack Buckley said they will explore every avenue.
Like Alice Clarke before her, Marjorie McIntosh has come to her material with probing questions.
McIntosh also stole a DVD hamper box and goods destined for Komat-su UK in Birtley.
Stewards called police but ex-con McIntosh was gone when they arrived.
We're used to being a post-production facility, where we get all of the bluescreen footage of the actor,'' ILM's McIntosh reiterates.
McIntosh put Mr Maher in touch with Mr Slack and the couple borrowed a loan of pounds 105,000 so that they would not have to wait until they had remortgaged their pounds 350,000 home.
The prosecution claim McIntosh, of Swale Road, Norton, took a bend too fast, clipped a kerb and veered onto the wrong side of the road and into Mr Kinlock's Toyota Yaris.
From initially releasing only a few hundred copies to distributing many thousands, the handbook has appeared in 113 countries and is also available in CD-ROM and via a downloadable version on the McIntosh Engineering website.