Aengus

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Noun1.Aengus - Celtic god of love and beauty; patron deity of young men and women
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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The management team hasn't remained intact, however, as strength and conditioning coach Joe O'Connor has stepped aside along with selector Brianthough Paul Kinnerk, Alan Cunningham and Aonghus O'Brien remain in place.
Aonghus Song Pat Kelly 8th, 2m4f maiden hurdle, Punchestown, December 9 There was no Presenting Percy at Punchestown on Sunday for Pat Kelly, but he did saddle one of the eyecatchers of the day in the shape of this stoutly bred son of Mahler who should go on to much better things.
With Sean Moran, Oisin Gough and Cian O'Callaghan solid at the back, Mellows had to be satisfied with Morrisey's frees to keep them in touch, although former Galway inter-county player Aonghus Callanan weighed in with two points as they were forced to chase the game.
(6) Aonghus O Donnchu, 'How does Andrey Zvyaginstev's
Ruskin Mill Trust can trace its roots back 50 years when Robin and Barbara Gordon moved their young sons Aonghus and Alasdair from the Ruskin Centre for Art Appreciation in Venice to a dilapidated former textile mill in Gloucestershire in 1967.
He beat Ireland's Aonghus McAnally 384-122, recorded a 248-171 victory over Rodney Goggins from Ireland then defeated 14-yearold Liam Crossling-Kelly from Hartlepool 434-78, and enjoyed a 366-115 win over Derek O'Neill.
In August 1986, Aonghus Murphy, an Irish lieutenant, was killed when a powerful roadside bomb exploded beside him on a track near the village of Tiri.
One couple, Aonghus and Karen Morrison, of Nitshill, Glasgow, described their stay as a living nightmare.
Samara Downs, Kit Holder, Aonghus Hoole, Jenny Murphy, Glyn Scott, Nathanael Skelton and Kosuke Yamamoto have created pieces set to the music of Igor Stravinsky.
Sometime that year "he slaughtered the ward of a lime-washed [English] castle." (19) Aonghus Dubh O Dalaigh's amhran raucously celebrates this raid; but, amid the unfocused exultation, two images intrude: "no survivor of the slaughter was left without bone-cutting," and we see "the head of the warden in the shadow of the spike." (20) Meanwhile, in Connacht an English soldier, John Baxter, was present when Hugh O'Donnell invited Murrogh O'Malley, son of the "pirate" Grace O'Malley and an opportunistic ally of the English, to share a cask of wine.
Gogan Derbhle Crotty The Young Covey Anthony Brophy Nora Clitheroe Tina Kellegher Bessie Burgess Marian O'Dwyer Jack Clitheroe Aidan Kelly Captain Brennan Patrick Leech Mollser Laura Murphy Bartender Simon O'Gorman Rosie Redmond Cathy Belton Voice of Figure in the Window (The Speaker) Mark Lambert Lieutenant Langon Aonghus Og McNally Corporal Stoddart Michael FitzGerald Sergeant Tinley Bill Murphy The last two Abbey Theater productions of "The Plough and the Stars" can be read as signature stamps of the artistic directors who staged them.
WESTMEATH hurling captain Aonghus Clarke has hit out at fixture chiefs for asking the Joe McDonagh Cup finalists to play again this Sunday.