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Angus

see aberdeen angus, a breed of beef cattle.
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Aonghas St-Hilaire undertakes a sweep of the global terrain to review situations in which vernacular languages are spoken and analyzes globalization trends and language planning decisions that have affected the status of these languages.
15) Steve Boardman, The Campbells, 1215-1513 (Edinburgh, 2006); Martin MacGregor, "A Political History of the MacGregors before 1571" (PhD thesis, University of Aberdeen, 1989); Aonghas MacCoinnich, '" Kingis rabellis' to 'Cuidich 'n Righ'?
50) Dauvit Horsbroch, '"Tae see ourselves as ithers see us": Scottish Military Identity from the Covenant to Victoria, 1637-1837', Aonghas MacCoinnich, 'His Spirit was given only to Warre: Conflict and Identity in the Scottish Gaidhealtachd, c.
Age 6 and younger - 1, Nadine Ghandour; 2, Niamh Houston; 3 (tie), Ali Ghandour and Aonghas Houston.
The grandfather, powerfully played by poet Aonghas Padraig Caimbeul, spins magical realist yarns of family history to assuage their mutual grief, and to persuade his grandson to cherish his Gaelic heritage.
Mairi, whose four-year-old son Aonghas was born fit and healthy, added: "At first we felt robbed and cheated when we were told Duncan was ill.