Angus


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Synonyms for Angus

Celtic god of love and beauty

black hornless breed from Scotland

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The foundation are delighted that they now have photographs of Angus which they can refer to during next year's graveside service.
Following receipt of the consent of the Oil and Gas Authority, the Brockham partners have now completed the assignment from Angus to Alba of a 5% participating interest in Production Licence 235 comprising the Brockham Oil Field.
According to the lease, Black Angus was required to submit a counteroffer stating its opinion of fair market rent.
Certified Angus Beef is a not-for-profit organisation formed and owned by the American Angus Association.
Many other product applications enjoying the benefits of formulating with ANGUS amino alcohols include after-sun coolers, body washes, cleansing gels, cosmetic preparations, makeup removers, shaving creams and gels, and stick deodorants.
Angus told the Scottish paper in 2012: "My first experience with hair was when I was 11 in German class.
Angus was admitted to the hospital for X-rays (pictured) which showed that the angle of the joint surface at his knee was very abnormal which was putting extra strain on the tendons and ligaments around his joint and causing the lameness.
s, parent company of ANGUS Chemical Company (collectively "ANGUS"), re-pricing proposal is modestly credit positive, but does not impact the company's ratings or outlook at present.
Angus pushed his way into her home, knocked her to the floor and sat on her back.
Angus (pictured right), joined the firm as a trainee in 1991 and progressed steadily within the firm before being assumed as a Partner in 2004.
Tom, who has donated his services to the centre since it opened in 1998, arranged for Angus to be seen at the Leverhulme Equine Research Centre at Liverpool University.
Jennifer Alison's case study of Angus and Robertson, the leading Australian publisher in the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries, is an important addition to the growing body of work on Australian print culture.
Two new Angus beef sausages have found their way into grocery stores.
Victim Bryan Carter, 23, was pulling off his shirt, expecting a "square go", when cowardly Wayne Angus disembowelled him.