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Aengus

one of the Tuatha de Danaan; god of love. [Celtic Myth.: Jobes, 40]
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Aengus Finucane Award for Services to Humanity recognizes outstanding humanitarian leadership in memory of the life and work of Fr.
Dun Aengus has little to no fencing at the cliff's edge, which can make for a heart-stopping experience.
Aengus MacGrianna was the storm crow of the news before he pulled on his apron.
I've nothing against Wandering Aengus - his bumper form is sublime - but with all his problems it is worth taking him on in the first.
Aengus Kelly has been responsible for AerCap's operations in North and South America as CEO of AerCap, Inc.
Sinn Fein justice spokesman, Aengus O Snodaigh, said he was optimistic that the "hurdle" in the peace process could be overcome.
Aengus Murray will present at the IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment (ISEE), an international symposium convening May 8-11 in San Francisco.
Sinn Fein spokesman on Social Protection Aengus O Snodaigh urged Minister Joan Burton to halt her plans.
There have been no happy endings so far for the families of Philip Cairns, Deirdre Jacob, Annie McCarrick, Aengus Shanahan, Jo Jo Dullard and all the other people featured on the website of Missing Irish People.
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.
The Board of Directors will propose at the Company's 2011 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders ("AGM") that Aengus Kelly, currently CEO of AerCap Inc.