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Angus

(ăng`gəs), council area (1993 est. pop. 111,020), 842 sq mi (2,181 sq km), and former county, NE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Angus became part of the Tayside region in 1975. In the local government reorganization of 1996, Tayside was dissolved and the council area of Angus, roughly approximating the old county, was created. The county of Angus was formerly known as Forfar or Forfarshire.

Angus

a council area of E Scotland on the North Sea: the historical county of Angus became part of Tayside region in 1975; reinstated as a unitary authority (excluding City of Dundee) in 1996. Administrative centre: Forfar. Pop.: 107 520 (2003 est.). Area: 2181 sq. km (842 sq. miles)
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If you take the road through the middle of the island from Kilronan harbour (believe me you can't miss it) Don Aonghas is about a 45-minute cycle away.
So we stopped off at the beach opposite Don Aonghas (one of two on the island) before heading back along the flatter coast road.
"You've got Robert Bruce, Edward Bruce, Thomas Randolph the Earl of Moray, James Douglas his great commander, Walter Stewart, who was only 18, and Aonghas Og MacDonald, the Lord of the Isles.
Aonghas MacCoinnich offers a historian's detailed account, in Gaelic, of commercial iron-working in Ross-shire in the period c.
Parents Aonghas and Gerda discuss their different hopes and fears for the future.
SHINTY: Skye boss Aonghas MacDonald hopes Derek Adams will keep his Camanachd Cup dream on track when the Ross County manager makes today's draw for the second round.
Skipper Nigel Dreiver and crewmen Aonghas Mackenzie, 26, Donald John Maclennan, 18, and Donald Iain Macleod, 25, were rushed to the Western Isles Hospital.
Padraig Morrison, from North Uist, will play the nine-year-old boy, with Gaelic bard and novelist Aonghas Padraig Caimbeul as his grandfather.
Aonghas McIntosh, 18, Anthony Stone, 18, Lindsay Anderson, 21, Rhian Mepham, 25, Stephen Crosbie, 26 and Mark Peebles, 27, wear their team badge with pride.
Susan B MacDonald Trophy (best producer) - (eq) Bill Robertson (Dun Eideann) and Aonghas Fearghasdan.