McIntosh, James

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James, English pathologist and bacteriologist, 1916–.
McIntosh-Fildes jar - anaerobic bacterial culture receptacle.
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James McIntosh said: "He'll offend again and they'll deport him at our expense."
James McIntosh celebrated his 17th birthday by winning the 200m in a PB 22:29 before joining forces with Marcus Archer, Michael Ferguson and Rory Muir to win the 4x400m relay in 3:29.29.
James MCINTOSH will celebrate his 17th birthday by competing in the 200m and 4x400m relay.
James McIntosh won nearest the pin at the 10th, Fraser McCallum won nearest the pin at 14th and Graeme Mack won the longest drive at the 11th.
James McIntosh, an audit manager at Grassi & Co.
The bust sits alongside works of art by the likes of portrait painter Allan Ramsey and landscape artist James McIntosh Patrick.
The best men were James McIntosh and Paul Armitage.
James McIntosh, a professor in the Department of Economics at Concordia University, is the first to look at the impact of obesity on the number of doctor visits nation-wide.
"We drew 2-2 at Conwy in October and as they've made a number of decent signings in the last month we are expecting another close run," said Quay player-manager Mark McGregor, who will be without striker James McIntosh.
Festival highlights included demonstrations by celebrity chef Rustie Lee and James McIntosh, the Taste Trail which saw 15 restaurants take part and an array of free Mexican food from Discovery.
Gary O'Toole led the way with a brace, while James McIntosh and Iwan Williams were also on the scoresheet fot the Nomads.
Both the goals arrived early on, James McIntosh putting the Wingmakers in front, but Craig Steins took his tally to 14 with the equaliser.