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  Angus Council
Angus residents are being asked for their views on the recent Scottish elections.
Angus is being proposed for inclusion in the European Structural Funds for Lowlands and Uplands Scotland.
Angus councillor Rob Murray has been elected a COSLA vice-president.
www.angus.gov.uk   (340 words)

  
  Angus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Angus (Aonghas in Gaelic) is one of the 32 local government council areas of Scotland, and a lieutenancy area.
In 1996 the region was abolished and Angus was established as a unitary authority.
Angus • Argyll ;• Ayrshire ;• Banffshire ;• Berwickshire ;• Bute ;• Caithness ;• Clackmannanshire ;• Dumfriesshire ;• Dunbartonshire • East Lothian ;• Fife ;• Inverness-shire ;• Kincardineshire ;• Kinross-shire ;• Kirkcudbrightshire ;• Lanarkshire ;• Midlothian ;• Moray ;• Nairnshire ;• Orkney ;• Peeblesshire ;• Perthshire ;• Renfrewshire ;• Ross and Cromarty • Roxburghshire ;• Selkirkshire ;• Shetland ;• Stirlingshire ;• Sutherland ;• West Lothian ;• Wigtownshire
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Angus   (358 words)

  
 Angus McLeod's (Reginald Angus Argue's) military service
Not for a moment, did Angus actually believe a word that this elderly homeless lady was saying, because on more than one occasion, this lady was talking to herself when there was no one else in the room with her.
Angus and his wife opened their hearts and allowed this lady to stay with them for a few days, so that she could have a place to have a hot shower and home cooked meals.
While all of this was happening, Angus'’ wife was still trapped in front of the vehicle and this driver was trying to push her out into the street, as he attempted to murder her.
www.angus-mcleod.com /military.html   (1450 words)

  
 Angus cattle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Angus cattle are naturally polled and solid fl, although white may appear on the udder.
Black Angus are the most popular beef breed of cattle in the United States with 324,266 animals registered in 2005.
Angus are used as beef cattle and are not used for milk intended for human consumption.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Angus_cattle   (674 words)

  
 Mammals » Cattle » Angus Main Page
The Angus cow, sometimes known as the Aberdeen-Angus, is a large breed of cattle native to Scotland.
Angus cows are often crossbred with other types of cattle to improve the carcass quality of the other breed.
Angus cattle feed primarily on the grasses that grow in their native Scotland.
www.centralpets.com /animals/mammals/cattle/cow5114.html   (558 words)

  
 angus mcbean biography & gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Angus McBean was born in South Wales in June 1904.
From an early age Angus 'always had to be making things', and with his own carpentry tools and pots of paints he became practised in decorating the succession of family homes according to his mother's 'artistic' tastes.
Parental ambitions for Angus to become a draughtsman or a bank manager were dashed successively because he spent so much time on his photography - which he had managed to turn into a small business - his other crafts and his stargazing at the local cinemas and theatres.
www.leninimports.com /angus_mcbean_bio.html   (1957 words)

  
 Angus
In Angus, the herds of William Fullerton, Lord Panmure, Lord Southesk, and Alexander Bowie contributed many of the Angus doddies that later became prominent in the breed.
When George Grant transported four Angus bulls from Scotland to the middle of the Kansas prairie in 1873, they were part of the Scotsman's dream to found a colony of wealthy, stock-raising Britishers.
The Angus crosses wintered better and weighed more the next spring, the first demonstration of the breed's value in their new homeland.
cow_baby.tripod.com /angus.html   (2483 words)

  
 Angus Council | History | Libraries
Angus Council Cultural Services operates seven full time libraries as well as part time and mobile libraries covering all of Angus.
Angus libraries have a good range of newspapers on microfilm for all of its towns.
Angus Archives holds a major collection of gravestone images and the photographic archive of the Montrose Society.
www.angus.gov.uk /history/libraries   (509 words)

  
 Angus Economic Development Partnership
Indeed, the strategy states that the distinctive features of the Angus economy are relatively high and increasing share of employment and manufacturing, at seven percentage points above the Scottish average of 14%, and its heavy reliance on primary industries, in particular agriculture and fishing at 4.6% compared to 1.7% for Scotland as a whole.
Of the 30 largest employers in Angus, one sixth are in the oil and gas sector, and this sector has been a focus for growth over recent years.
In terms of qualifications, Angus had a lower level of its population with no qualifications and a higher percentage of its population with standard, higher, SVQ and professional qualifications, compared to both Tayside and Scotland.
www.angus.org.uk /aedp/default.htm   (1007 words)

  
 Angus, Nebraska
Angus, located in the northern part of Nuckolls County not far from the Nebraska-Kansas line, was named after Mr.
Angus also sported a cement swimming pool just easst of town from the early 1920's to the later 1940's, the first cement swimming pool in the county, I believe this was then owned by DeVore's...This swimming pool is now in our pasture.
The entire area in which the town of Angus is located and where the fossil remains were discovered was once a huge swamp in which there was a heavy growth of conifers of all types, both trees and plants.
www.angelfire.com /ne/Bischoff   (662 words)

  
 TLC Angus
Angus cattle have been repeatedly recognized for their genetic ability to marble.
Cindy is involved in the Western States Angus Auxiliary as the Queen chairmen and the Idaho Angus Auxiliary as the Scholarship chair.
Laura is the current Idaho Angus Queen and plans to obtain her American FFA degree in the fall of 2000.
www.tlcangus.com /about.dsp   (1212 words)

  
 Angus Plus
Effective July 1, 2004, Angus Plus cattle will be defined as those cattle that are Brahman/Angus derivatives that have been derived from purebred lines (Red Angus, Angus, Brahman, Red Brangus, and/ or Brangus) between 65% and 96% registered red or fl Angus and a minimum of 4% registered Brahman.
Angus cattle are known throughout the industry as early puberty, fertile cattle with outstanding carcass traits.
ANGUS PLUS are registered with the RAAA as Category 1B, II or Category III and are identified by having "ANGUS PLUS" printed on their registration certificates.
old.redangus.org /newredsite/themagazine/october02/angusplusfeature.htm   (892 words)

  
 W. Angus: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Senator Angus is recognized by Lexpert, the Canadian legal directory, as a practitioner "repeatedly recommended" in the shipping and maritime law and international arbitration sectors and has also been recognized by Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Shipping and Maritime Lawyers 2002.
Senator Angus was summoned to the Senate of Canada in 1993 and is presently a member of the Standing Senate committees on Banking, Trade and Commerce and Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration.
Senator Angus was summoned to the Senate of Canada in 1993 and is presently a member of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.
www.zoominfo.com /people/angus_w._16401518.aspx   (774 words)

  
 Angus Young - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Angus McKinnon Young (born March 31, 1955 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a rock guitarist and songwriter who has been the lead guitarist of Australian hard rock band AC/DC since the group was formed in 1973.
Angus Young was brought up in Glasgow's east end in the area of Cranhill along with older brother's Malcolm Young and George Young.
Angus Young has used Gibson SGs in various forms (his original, and the basis for his current signature model, was a 1968 SG) throughout his career.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Angus_Young   (1876 words)

  
 Angus Cattle - CATTLE TODAY
Angus are solid fl cattle, although white may appear on the udder.
The breed arose in north-east Scotland in the counties of Aberdeen and Angus.
You'll find a list of Angus Breeders, how to contact the Angus Association, information about the angus breed, a QandA Board where you can ask questions, hundreds of links to sites of interest to angus breeders, and the USDA Market Report.
cattle-today.com /angus.htm   (300 words)

  
 Angus GenWeb - Scotland
Angus is an area of incredible natural beauty capturing the essence of Scotland.
The Angus Archives houses: royal charters, plans, school logs, letters, diaries, etc. Also found therein are records from the Angus Burghs (all seven), the Angus Council and various societies.
Kimbles of Ohio and Petrie of Angus SCT
www.rootsweb.com /~sctans   (1062 words)

  
 Angus Scotland's Birthplace official site; living, working and visiting
Angus is an inspiration for many of the creative people who have made their homes here, and summer is a great time to be out and about enjoying displays of their work.
Several great exhibitions are on view in Angus this summer - notably at the Meffan Museum and Gallery in Forfar, Oathlaw Gallery, and at Montrose Wildlife Centre, along with permanent outlets for the work of local craftspeople.
Angus is famous for the historic Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, great Angus golf, walking in Angus and of course Arbroath Smokies.
www.angusahead.com   (984 words)

  
 The Mighty Angus Young
Angus Young is perhaps one of the world’s most underrated guitarists whose style is frequently imitated, but never duplicated.
To honor Young’s loyalty to the SG model, Gibson recently introduced the Angus Young Signature SG, a faithful reproduction of the artist’s original trademark axe.
Designed and manufactured to Angus' exacting specifications, this new SG features an engraved lyre vibrola, an Angus Signature treble pickup along with a ’57 Classic rhythm pickup, a "Devil" peghead decal and comes with a special Angus Young Signature SG hardshell case.
www.gibson.com /whatsnew/pressrelease/2001/jan24a.html   (1990 words)

  
 Red Angus Association of America - The History of Red Angus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Since the first Angus Herdbook was not published until 1862, it can be presumed that the introduction of improved Shorthorn blood in the early part of the nineteenth century had a positive impact on what was to become the modern Aberdeen Angus breed.
Red Angus was the first to incorporate performance data in the showring, holding the first "performance" show in 1956.
Red Angus are Angus; yet the Red Angus breeders' history of leadership and innovation have made a profound difference in the red strain.
redangus.org /association/history   (2345 words)

  
 Macbeth Navigator: Characters: Angus, a Scottish nobleman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Angus is in King Duncan's entourage when the King arrives at Macbeth's castle and is greeted by Lady Macbeth.
He says nothing, but Angus is with the joint Scottish and English forces that enter Birnam wood before Macbeth's castle.
Although he is not named in the stage directions, Angus is probably among the thanes who are present at the end of the play, and who honor the victorious Malcolm by shouting "Hail, King of Scotland!" (5.8.60).
www.clicknotes.com /macbeth/Angus.html   (252 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Angus: Video: Perry Anzilotti,Kathy Bates,Robert Curtis-Brown,Kevin Connolly,Tony Denman,Yvette ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Angus is shy and thinks that he has no chance of ever 'getting' her.
Despite his portly demeanor, Angus is on the football team and has a secret crush on cheerleader Melissa, who unfortunately belongs to the school's ace quarterback and resident blonde-Adonis Rick, the one who is the cruelest of all to poor Angus.
Angus decides to finally stand up to Rick, and lets him know that he prefers to be different.
www.amazon.com /Angus-Perry-Anzilotti/dp/6303957390   (1521 words)

  
 Breeds of Livestock - Angus Cattle
In the northeastern part of Scotland lie the four counties of Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine, and Angus.
The county of Angus was early noted for its production of potatoes, grain crops, and feed.
It was only natural that breeders, in improving their cattle, would but cattle of similar kinds from adjacent areas, and as a result, the cattle of the Angus doddie strain and the Buchan humlie strain were crossed.
www.ansi.okstate.edu /breeds/cattle/angus   (2749 words)

  
 About Angus America
Angus America is a total service company designed to help commercial cow/calf producers and feedlots find their best marketing options and to assist them with production, management and genetic problems.
Angus America provides a numerous list of services that can be reviewed under membership benefits.
As a member of Angus America you will definitely be in the drivers' seat as our industry progresses and changes into a value-based system that concentrates on the end product and consumer acceptance.
www.angusamerica.com /about_angus_america.htm   (361 words)

  
 Ed Angus: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Angus, who has also served as the dean of arts and sciences at FLC, said the chosen candidate will have large shoes to fill.
Edward Angus, professor of political science at FLC, said that college students face additional pressures beyond that of the average voter.
Angus also sees students as more idealistic than older generations, a trait that does not blend well with a two party political system that tries to play down issues in order to appeal to a wider audience.
www.zoominfo.com /people/angus_ed_3012300.aspx   (341 words)

  
 Angus TeleManagement Group
Angus TeleManagement Group assists private and public sector organizations to understand, manage, and profit from the fast-changing telecom environment...
Telecom Update, Angus TeleManagement's Weekly Newsbulletin, is published Friday afternoon, 48 weeks a year.
The information and data on this website has been obtained from sources which we believe to be reliable, but Angus TeleManagement makes no warranties or representations whatsoever regarding its accuracy, completeness, or adequacy.
www.angustel.ca   (827 words)

  
 Rita Angus (1908 - 1970) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Born in New Zealand, Rita Angus is considered a major figure in her country’s artistic development, particularly the work she completed in the 1940’s.
The series features two major survey exhibitions: Rita Angus — ‘live to paint and paint to live’, which is the first survey of Angus’s work since 1982, and A Tourist in Paradise Lost — The Art of Michael Illingworth - the first ever survey of the...
Diane Victor, recent recipient of a medal of honour for excellence in drawing and painting from the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns is an accomplished printmaker and a master of her genre.
wwar.com /masters/a/angus-rita.html   (1506 words)

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