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an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo

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We created an iBook that serves as an effective discussion tool to help a friend or family member have a serious conversation with a prospective motorcycle rider about the best next steps to take.
As part of my effort to keep the iBook running well, I decided to upgrade its aging OS X 10.
While the iBook has its own idiosyncrasies--many of which I am still trying to figure out--I am very pleased with its reliability and stability.
Now, the mild winter has turned our 67-year-old house into some sort of destination ant resort, and apparently raised an ant-sized marquee over the iBook Inn that says: "Kids stay free.
As outgoing senior Daniel Brown put it, "At the start of the year, my teachers were really pushing the iBook, but so many kids don't bring them, or they're broken, that they've just given up.
The Boomers connect Derris' two Windows desktop PCs and Kim's Apple iBook to each other and to the Internet through their cable modem connection.
s 1 Gigabyte (GB) memory modules double the system's main memory in the ibook G4 models to 1152 Megabytes (MB) of available RAM.
And Apple's usual attention to detail is still present--the iBook has no protruding doors, latches, or levers to break off, the display's unique hinge carries the screen away and down behind the keyboard, and the latch hook is sucked up and out of sight by a magnet.
If you need to take a computer with you on vacation, the new Apple iBook is not a bad choice.
According to the FTC, Apple made the requests in August 1998 for various models of its desktop iMac and in October 1999 for one model of its iBook notebook computer.
The new Apple iBook is a versatile, full-featured notebook computer that combines the popular "futuristic" look of the iMac with portability.
Airport modem cards, worth $100, will be bundled in with some models of the iMac and iBook, although a $300 base station is also necessary.
The chief executive was in bullish mood, after unveiling a powerful new desk-top PC and announcing bumper demand for Apple's new portable iBook.