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(in Existentialist philosophy) the dread caused by man's awareness that his future is not determined but must be freely chosen
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The bank's chairman and chief executive Sir Henry Angest, a 77-year-old former chemicals chief, is a major Tory donor who enjoys private dinners with the Prime Minister.
Mr Angest has given the Tories hundreds of thousands of pounds over the years and is thought to be a close friend of Prime Minister David Cameron.
* El concepto de angustia (Begrebet Angest, 1844) de Vigilius Haufniensis.
And Flowidea are controlled by multi-millionaire Henry Angest, one of the party's biggest UK donors and a former Tory treasurer.
racker han ut sin hand for att gripa henne, med angest vrider hon sig
A second quibble concerns Abraham's Angest, translated as 'anguish' by Hannay and 'anxiety' by Walsh.
Tory donor Henry Angest, the Duke of Buccleuch, billionaire businessman Mahdi al-Tajir and the ruler of Dubai, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, all have significant land holdings in Scotland.
CEO and chair, Sir Henry Angest, said that the bank was looking for an expansion into commercial banking as one of three initiatives undertaken by the group in an effort to fuel its momentum.
Chairman, Henry Angest, commented "Secure Trust continued to trade well during the first few months of the year with strong growth in overall new lending volumes.
On November 2, 2011, Mr Cameron held a "social dinner for strong and long-term supporters of the party, with whom the PM has a strong relationship", including Mr Farmer, the banker and Tory donor Henry Angest and oil company boss Ian Taylor.