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In 2004, she was given a speciallybuilt Apple Mac II enclosed in a special gorilla-proof housing.
The increase in first quarter 2016 compared to first quarter 2015 was primarily attributable to the absence in first quarter 2016 of (1) an $8.1 million ($6.2 million after-tax) loss recorded in first quarter 2015 resulting from the write-off of deferred issuance costs upon the redemption of the Farmer Mac II LLC Preferred Stock on March 30, 2015 and (2) $3.5 million after-tax in dividend expense recorded during first quarter 2015 on the preferred stock.
The Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac) (NYSE: AGM and AGM.A) said its subsidiary, Farmer Mac II LLC has announced its intension to redeem all outstanding shares of its non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock.
With the help of Articulate Systems' Voice Navigator, I clung to my Mac II like a limpet sticking to a rock.
The district has been using the MAC II test from Questar Assessment Inc., (formerly TASA) to assess students, explains Tricia Todd, district ESOL/migrant director.
Some even view the project as a downsized version of a grand proposal that could never escape politics to become reality: Big Mac II.
Yoshiaki Murakami, president of M&A Consulting Inc., the operation-execution partner for Tokyu Hotel Chain's second-largest shareholder, MAC Investment Association II Fund (MAC II), said MAC II supports the stock-swap deal.
A warm re-boot (whatever that is) for a Mac II computer involves simultaneously pressing the control, command, return and power-on keys.
Either an Intel-based computer with a 386 microprocessor or a Mac II system will meet the minimum requirements.
Up to three cards can be installed in a Mac II family machine, providing simultaneous access to as many as three separate IBM midrange systems (System/36, System/38 or AS/400) on a single AppleTalk network.
Riser's well-equipped classroom has a color scanner, one Mac II Cx, nine Mac II Si's, and two Apple LC II's (all with CD-ROM drives).
Its QuickTime technology allows any computer of about a Mac II power-level or higher to manipulate multimedia just as you would edit text or cut and paste a graphic.