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An·gers

 (ăn′jərz, äN-zhā′)
A city of western France east-northeast of Nantes. Of pre-Roman origin, Angers was Anjou's capital.
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Angers

(French ɑ̃ʒe)
n
(Placename) a city in W France, on the River Maine. Pop: 156 965 (2006)
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An•gers

(ɑ̃ˈʒeɪ)

n.
a city in W France. 163,191.
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There would be the Java coast within two or three miles, off Angier Point.
This is symbolized in The Prestige by the continuous creation of new Angiers. Having defeated Borden as a rival, Angier becomes his own rival.
At yr ystumog, mwya tebyg mai Angiers Emulsion fyddai'n fwya priodol.
The Angiers' story was deemed the most compelling in a recent radio contest called the "One Wish Campaign." Listeners of local Cumulus Broadcasting stations such as KUGN, KZEL and KNRQ were asked to nominate family members, friends or neighbors in need of a new roof in these tough economic times.
Two goals from Charlie Sullivan were enough for Jesmond Parish Athenians to overcome Tyneside Vineyard as they won 2-1, David Angiers netting for Tyneside.
The tower representing Angiers was embedded in the audience section facing the throne.
Lo'Jo -Ce Soir La (IRL/Emma IRL 015) The staid town of Angiers on the banks of the Loire is not the first place you'd look for an eccentric and unpredictable counter culture band like Lo'Jo.
novelist Irvine Welsh taking a stroll down Angiers Street on Monday...
George Weatherly, David Angiers, Ian D'Arcy, Paul Davis and Matt Bradford were the other marksmen.
2.1 was framed as a full-fledged political campaign, with King Philip and King John debating at podiums before a fully lit house, the audience standing in for the citizens of Angiers. The speeches of the two Kings were edited and intercut, so that, for example, when France brought Arthur downstage and offered to go home if Angiers accepted him as king, John quickly returned to his podium to interject "Which trust accordingly" into his microphone.
Simon Mosmeli opened the scoring, and after the break David Angiers and Guy Rae notched.
But with five minutes left, David Angiers equalised.