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  • noun Plural form of McIntosh.

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Examples

  • But very few people know the story of Jerry Appleseed, who recently dropped a bunch of Granny Smiths and McIntoshes all over an orchard when his bag broke while he and his wife, Sue, were apple picking.

    Jerry Zezima: Jerry Appleseed

  • But very few people know the story of Jerry Appleseed, who recently dropped a bunch of Granny Smiths and McIntoshes all over an orchard when his bag broke while he and his wife, Sue, were apple picking.

    Jerry Zezima: Jerry Appleseed

  • But very few people know the story of Jerry Appleseed, who recently dropped a bunch of Granny Smiths and McIntoshes all over an orchard when his bag broke while he and his wife, Sue, were apple picking.

    Jerry Zezima: Jerry Appleseed

  • Depending on when the race falls in the season, the apples may be McIntoshes or of Minnesota's own Wealthy variety, Mr. Yates says.

    Five 5K Runs, With Cookies, Too

  • But very few people know the story of Jerry Appleseed, who recently dropped a bunch of Granny Smiths and McIntoshes all over an orchard when his bag broke while he and his wife, Sue, were apple picking.

    Jerry Zezima: Jerry Appleseed

  • He sells bins of Pomme Grise apples—a variety enjoyed by Louis XIV—for five times the amount his McIntoshes fetch.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • From 1965 until the early 1990s, Wood grew McIntoshes and Cortlands—which brought him to the same brink as all apple farmers.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • He sells bins of Pomme Grise apples—a variety enjoyed by Louis XIV—for five times the amount his McIntoshes fetch.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • He sells bins of Pomme Grise apples—a variety enjoyed by Louis XIV—for five times the amount his McIntoshes fetch.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • From 1965 until the early 1990s, Wood grew McIntoshes and Cortlands—which brought him to the same brink as all apple farmers.

    The Fruit Hunters

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