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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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Ben Franklin, a man I have idolized since childhood, famously said, "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.
Agreed Pirani, "The elected leadership is now rallying, and the clear imperative is for the group to hang together and get control of the Island so the bipartisan spirit can be.
This section, drawing together so wide a range of works from a much broader period, does not hang together as well as part 1, though the individual readings are mostly strong.
We must remember that all rights hang together - if one freedom is violated, they all are, including religious freedom.
Precisely because not all goods hang together, one irreplaceable aspect of integrity is a practiced facility for trading off more dispensable values for those that are less dispensable.
Its neutrons and protons hang together as if they were components of a liquid.
inventor and statesman Ben Franklin said as the 13 colonies in America declared their independence from the British crown: "We must in deed all hang together, or most assuredly we will all hang separately.
Given such divergent foci, why does this book hang together so effectively?
Using the LCD4610's built-in tile matrix feature and FlightView Dispatch software, four of the displays hang together in the central terminal, delivering a large-scale, real-time flight data display where passengers can track incoming flights and regional weather conditions.
GET ORGANISED Arrange your wardrobe so similar items hang together.
Schubert's G major Sonata is a work difficult to bring off, as it doesn't easily hang together.
In the end, it felt like a mish-mash of music which really did not hang together all that well.