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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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Peck: Some in nursing home administration have developed a reputation for hanging back, for not wanting to get involved with computerization and preferring to leave it up to someone else on staff, if possible.
Everyone knows a design paradigm shift is approaching but many semiconductor and IP companies are hanging back until a common approach emerges for exchanging models.
India, he believes, is hanging back from direct intervention in Pakistan despite the goading of nationalist politicians and diplomatic acrimony over Pakistan's unwillingness to acknowledge culpability for the Lashkar-e-Taiba attacks in Mumbai last November.
I HAVEN'T lost my job, but I'm hanging back on any major spending.
And reports today that United are hanging back on Allardyce before seeing if Alan Shearer is interested in replacing Glenn Roeder are simply not correct.
He let her enter the club well ahead of him - you can see him hanging back sheepishly in our snap - and it was later arranged for her to slip out of a back door while he left by the front.
It's lovely to see it hanging back on the wall of the fourth Cardiff Scouts brigade where it belongs.
He explained: "There were three of us in midfield against Manchester City, but with (Anthony) Le Tallec pushing on a bit more, we had to make sure there was always someone hanging back.
However, in the first season afterwards, the pair met in the FA Cup and it was Liverpool who won 4-0, largely due to John Evans hanging back at a free-kick and staying on-side to score a shock goalp Cliff Britton did not remain Everton manager for long after promotion, and was succeeded by a PTI from Loughborough called Ian Buchan.
Mr Garner said: "I indicated and the vehicle behind flashed to indicate he was hanging back.