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Aengus

one of the Tuatha de Danaan; god of love. [Celtic Myth.: Jobes, 40]
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By contrast, the Wandering Aengus line emphasizes heirloom and traditional cider apple varieties with more complexity and cost in blending and aging.
Hussain Jasem Al Nowais (centre), chairman of Waha Capital, with Aengus Kelley (right), CEO AerCap, and ?
In 1901, Westropp took a photograph of an unnamed female companion with a large box camera upon a tripod at Dun Aengus.
The painting, done in muted golds, greens and browns and mixed with burlap, gold foil paper, rice paper and other materials, also contains a quotation from ``The Song of Wandering Aengus,'' by poet William Butler Yeats: ``And seek till time and time is done .
Aengus Murray will present "Motor Control Basics" on October 22, a full-day session beginning at 9 a.
Aengus Kelly, CEO of AerCap, said: AerCap is extremely proud to have been selected by EGYPTAIR to support its narrow-body fleet renewal program.
Also, the company said that this agreement represents the largest deal ever signed by a lessor with a Chinese private airline and the signing ceremony took place in Hangzhou between AerCap chief executive officer, Aengus Kelly and Loong Air chairman, Liu Qihong.
WANDERING AENGUS, the only horse to beat impressive Weatherbys Champion Bumper winner Cheltenian, is being primed for his hurdling debut at Punchestown on Sunday, writes Jessica Lamb.
Following Heinemann reaching his retirement age in 2011 the board of directors will propose that Aengus Kelly, currently CEO of AerCap Inc and responsible for AerCap's operations in the Americas, be appointed as member of the board of directors.
Filmmaker Aengus James sympathetically captures the trills of victory and the agony of defeat at the Intl.
Dun is Gaelic for fortress and Aengus is a mythical king.
The church of St Aengus near Ciara's parents' home was packed to capacity for the Requiem mass.