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- Angus Cameron was a Scottish international rugby union player.
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- Angus Cameron is the son of Allan Alexander Cameron.
Angus Cameron is a fictional character from Chasing the Deer.
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IPE as a Global Conversation by Mark Blyth, Professor of Political Science Mark Blyth
Angus Cameron is a Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Leicester, UK. John L. Campbell is the Class of 1925 Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College, USA and Professor of Political Economy, Copenhagen Business ...
by William H. New
and Matthew Angus Cameron, a coal miner ...
Encyclopedia of Geography (2010)
by Barney Warf
Angus Cameron See also Circuits of Capital; Economic Geography; European Union; Finance, Geography of; Globalization; Offshore Finance; Money, Geographies of; Telecommunications and Geography Further Readings Burn, G. (1999).
Second Edition with supplement by W.J. Kirwin, G. M. Story, J.D.A. Widdowson
Burchfield and Mrs Leslie Burnett, Supplement to The Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford University; Angus Cameron, Dictionary of Old English, ...
Including Also as Supplements to the Main Work, the Period of Discovery from the Norsemen to Columbus, 458 to 1492; the Period of Colonization, 1492 to 1607; the Period of English Settlement, 1607-1620; the Declaration of Independence, with a Complete Sketch of the Lives of Each of the Fifty-six Signers; Comprehensive 100-word Biographical Sketches of All the Presidents; the Ratification of the Constitution by the Thirteen Original States and the Origin and Statehood of All the States of Our Present Union; Including the Development of the Territories
Angus Cameron, United States Senator from the state of Wisconsin. John M. Thayer, Governor of the territory of Wyoming. George W. Emery, Governor of the state of Utah. Silas Garber, Governor of the state of Nebraska. A. S. Paddock, United ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
under Lord Angus Cameron, which was sent to put down the uprising that followed the fall of Claverhouse at Killiecrankie. The Cameronians held out after a whole day's fighting at Dunkeld (August 21, 1089) against heavy odds; but during ...
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