Angus

(redirected from Forfarshire)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

Angus

see aberdeen angus, a breed of beef cattle.
References in periodicals archive ?
The paddle steamer Forfarshire sailed between Hull and Dundee and in 1841 a group of ladies representing the Port of Hull Society invited Grace to appear at a grand charity bazaar, with an expected attendance of 2,000.
Grace Darling 1838 Grace Darling, 22, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, made the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
1815: Grace Darling, lighthousekeeper's daughter and heroine of the wreck of the Forfarshire, was born.
The Scotland batsman's power helped Forfarshire overwhelm Falkland to stay in the hunt for Eastern Premier glory.
The heroine, who rowed to the stricken Forfarshire off the Farne Islands in 1838, is the inspiration for Darling Blue.
Grace lived with her family on Longstone Lighthouse and it was from Longstone that the famous rescue of nine survivors from the SS Forfarshire was launched.
The rookie took time out from university after being plucked from Forfarshire last year to fill the problem position.
1838: Grace Darling, 2, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, made the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
She was beaten and stabbed for her PIN, then smothered with a pillow in Brechin, Forfarshire in March.
3pm, unless stated) Forfarshire Cup - Brechin v Dundee Utd (2.
English Heritage has revealed that archaeological divers will be examining the wreck of the Forfarshire, survivors of which were famously rescued by Grace and her father 175 years ago.
English Heritage has announced that archaeological divers will be examining the wreck of the Forfarshire, survivors of which were famously rescued by Grace and her father 175 years ago.