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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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Kai Hang worked as a bank teller in the daytime, dressed in a red uniform.
TRACE's FOLLOWr (360 degree rotating tripod gimbal) will allow a Hang w/ user to set up the device in a central location and have all of their individual action followed, recorded and live-streamed.
Artists who hang finds and creations need studios, places to shop for materials and ideas, recognition and reminders of their many related play experiences.
Instead, mark a vertical guideline on the wall, using a plumb line or a spirit level, before you hang the first length.
Known for his sharp sense of humor and fun-loving disposition, Seymour had at least 15 years' experience hang gliding with the club, Greblo said.
Don't take his wanting to hang with the guys as a rejection of you or your new relationship.
The component allows an air tool to hang from a tool balancer attached to an overhead rail system, which permits raising, lowering and back-and-forth movements with minimal physical effort.
On the outer rim of the lid, poke two holes--one in the top to hang it up, and one just under the top hole to hang the design.
He said that it was a shame the boy spoke up the way he did and made Bobby Lee angry, but still, he allowed, you couldn't hang a man for that.
Phonex Corporation, Midvale, Utah, developer of the Easy Hang Up anti-telemarketing device, has announced that Kmart Corp.