Angust

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An`gust´


a.1.Narrow; strait.
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Yang Chien-Chang, "Virtualized Nature in the Globalized Age: Tan Dun's The Map and the Environmental Politics of Musical Materials," Paper presented at the International Council for Traditional Music Study Group for Musics of East Asia Meeting in Seoul, Korea, Angust 2010.
By the end of 2001, they had increased to a sextet with the addition of trumpeter Harry Angust, drummer Will Hull-Brown and Jamshid 'Jumps' Khadiwala on 'decks'.
Jacob Milgrom, "The Most Basic Law in the Bible," Bible Raview, Angust 1995, p.
Target's strongest categories in Angust were baby care, pharmacy, consumables and toys.
In Angust, the company was acquired by Atradius AG (Germany), part of the Swiss Re Group, from the Gerling Group.
I was grateful, surprised, and impressed by the success stories in the Angust issue of BE, of the women of the BE 100s.