[ US /ˈæŋɡəs/ ]
  1. black hornless breed from Scotland
  2. Celtic god of love and beauty; patron deity of young men and women
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How To Use Angus In A Sentence

  • Angus cattle are naturally polled and this is passed onto future generations even when crossbred.
  • And how coincidental is it that he just happens to be working with Angus Scrimm, star of my all time favorite horror film ‘Phantasm.’ The Tail Section » 2007 » May
  • Their livestock consists of Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cattle and free-range hens.
  • He offered Angus a high-powered job and, eventually, the likeable Scot became Sales Manager.
  • I picked listlessly at my Black Angus steak, not quite al dente fettuccine, and sighed.
  • Notable are Tabebuia angustata (roble de yugo), Fraxinus cubensis (búfano), Annona glabra, Gueltarda combiri, Sabal parviflora, Bucida palustris, Hibiscus elatus, H. tiliaceus (majagua), Jatropha integerrima, Copernicia spp. Cuban wetlands
  • There ain't no grass, said Moochie Metz, 83 years old, as Black Angus cattle foraged in short scrub less than 10 miles from the swollen river. Two Plagues Hit Louisiana
  • Angus beef is claimed to be more reliably marbled, fattier and juicier than that of competing breeds.
  • Cliff and ravine vegetation is often very diverse and dense; the chasmophytic flora includes Cissus quadrangularis, Ficus lecardii, Boscia angustifolia, Euphorbia sudanica, Lannea microcarpa and Combretum lecardii. Cliffs of Bandiagara (Land of the Dogons), Mali
  • A study by Dr Angus Davison has helped to uncover new facts about the most common organic compound found on earth - a substance called cellulose.
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