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lagan

goods sunk in the sea attached to a buoy. See FLOTSAM, JETSAM.

LAGAN. Goods tied to a buoy and cast into the sea are so called. The same as Ligan. (q.v.)

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The other joint venture partner, Lagan, is one of the leading civil engineering and construction companies in the UK and Ireland.
With 200 public sector customers worldwide, Lagan helps local governments serve the everyday interests of more than 60 million citizens.
He accepted that neither Agar nor Lagan had been the mastermind behind the conspiracy and that the evidence suggested a criminal based in Hungary had approached them and set up fraudulent websites.
He said: "Bridges are essential infrastructure for the movement of people within our city, and the new Lagan Weir Bridge will be a jewel on Belfast's waterfront.
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p The Lagan Viking is more than 570ft long and can carry 970 passengers.
Norah Beare has worked in the MP's constituency office and was elected alongside him in Lagan Valley during last month's Assembly Elections.
O'Donnell & Tuomey's Lyric Theatre replaces the existing building on a sloping parkland site by the Lagan river.
Mary Lagan, 41, was last seen on Saturday before she walked out of Falkirk Royal Infirmary.
In just over six months, Screen Rejuvenator successfully integrated the Council's back office applications and the Lagan FrontLine solution.
Lagan, from Park End, had a good victory over Shutt in an all-Teesside affair, 762-702.
Lagan who are engaged in civil and marine engineering contracts across the world, won the contract to restore and upgrade roads on the island of Vanuata, west of Fiji.