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BUNCH

(Burroughs, Univac, NCR, Control Data, Honeywell) The five remaining competitors to IBM after RCA and GE left the computer business in the early 1970s. From the 1960s to the 1990s, IBM was the most influential computer company in the world. See GAFA, Big Five and IBM.
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The best of the bunch so far has undoubtedly been DR Congo goalkeeper Muteba Kidiaba's "bum shuffle" in the 22 draw against Ghana.
And for the first time ever, we will choose the best of the bunch to grace the cover of the next Farm Collector Show Directory.
Pick the best of the bunch from both Villa and Blues and start again with a new team called Birmingham United FC.
The rich reggae lilt of Crazy Bal'heads shows a totally different side but the dreamy glide of Comin' Around is the best of the bunch. The remixers have their chances, but most don't take them.
While the site only provides information on three probiotic supplements, executives say the company looked at more than 50 products before selecting what it considers to be the best of the bunch.
It won't tax the brain too hard, if at all, but with so few other chat shows on the box these days, this is easily the best of the bunch.
After being inundated with hundreds of brilliant pictures of Santa Claus, Christmas trees and reindeers, the six-yearold's effort was deemed to be the best of the bunch.
Considered by many to be the best of the bunch, this second instalment carefully avoids repeating the plot of the original by introducing new settings and characters.
And Raymond chose JJ and his similarly hopeless waiter mate James as the best of the bunch? Come on!
The clear winner was Betty Crocker with an A+, which was "by far the best of the bunch." It was followed by Marie Callender's with an A ("among the best") and Pillsbury with a B (flaky).
The best of the bunch of Caerphilly county gardeners have been picked by judges for their dazzling floral displays during this summer's Caerphilly in Bloom competition.

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