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hang

Forensics verb
To suspend a thing or person by a rope, cord or other object.
 
Medspeak
To place a blood product or volume expander on a pole or other device above the patient’s heart so that an IV infusion occurs by gravity and the rate is controlled by a valve.
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In a blender, mix up a goopy brew of squishy fruit, stale beer or wine (or fruit juice that's been hanging around too long), and sweetener (honey, sugar, or molasses).
Firstly, if any youths were hanging around my home, they would clearly be lost and in need of assistance.
Instead, he got these pupils at St Patrick's High in Dumbarton hanging around his car.
He could be hanging around her to make you jealous or because he genuinely likes her.
Instead of just hanging around, we wont to the mall and stuff.
Still, such are the discrepancies of British censorship that Hirst's youthful following will not have to wait long: the BBC has just bought Hanging Around and plans to put it on the nation's TV sets within the year.
This has been an albatross hanging around my neck for the last seven years.
The victim, as 50-year-old woman, was approached by a man who had been hanging around outside as she unsuccessfully tried to withdraw cash from a HSBC cashpoint.
At our last two meetings every member of this panel agreed there is nothing wrong with youths hanging around.
Borough councillor John Winter said youths hanging around shops can be intimidating for the elderly.
He was just hanging around and we were talking, not really about football,'' Booty said.
Instead, he got these pupils at Our Lady and St Patrick's High in Dumbarton hanging around his car.