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Mackintosh

1. Sir Cameron (Anthony). born 1946, British producer of musicals and theatre owner; his productions include Cats (1981), Les Miserables (1985), Miss Saigon (1987), and My Fair Lady (2001)
2. Charles Rennie. 1868-1928, Scottish architect and artist, exponent of the Art Nouveau style; designer of the Glasgow School of Art (1896)
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I got my bicycle, my watch, and my father's mackintosh out of pawn and rented a typewriter.
Unless the little man in the plaid mackintosh poured it into the coffee with the milk," she said, "I could not possibly have imbibed it, for I haven't spoken to another soul since we left.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was Scotland's greatest architect and designer and when he died, aged 60 in 1928, he left behind a reputation that now spans the world.
Although he struggled to win commissions to built houses during his lifetime, several properties have since been constructed that are true to Mackintosh's original Charles Mackintosh A number of his unbuilt plans have more recently been completed.
Notorious Grant Mackintosh, 61, suffered a head injury and slash wounds to his arms during the alleged TURN TO PAGE 5 FROM PAGE 1 incident.
Andrew Mackintosh, prosecuting, said: "Until the incident he had never used physical violence against her.
Kelly Mackintosh and her partner were drinking in the Union Arms pub in Yarm on August 27 when an altercation erupted between her loved one and a doorman.
A watercolour of pine cones done by Charles Rennie Mackintosh during the First World War is expected to fetch up to PS15,000 at auction on Wednesday.
This is precisely the starting point of Mackintosh criticism, discussion, and analysis.
The gala dinner on June 2 will conclude a three-day US launch of the Mackintosh Campus Appeal, which aims to raise money for the restoration and upgrading of the site after the devastating blaze in May 2014.
Vice Chairman Mackintosh Steps Down, Finnegan Retires.