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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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Like the medieval sale of indulgences, the hangman often could supplement his income by selling lengths of the actual rope or shavings from the gallows for marketable absolution.
A Dungeon spokesperson quipped: "Our own hangman will show them the ropes.
Martin Edwards's latest book, Dancing for the Hangman, which deals with the Crippen case, received rave reviews Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
When Pierrepoint is summoned to postwar Germany to execute Nazi war criminals, however, Shergold's film begins to raise uncomfortable questions about the similarities between England's hangman and the legions of efficient and meticulous German civil servants who exterminated millions.
Hangman Productions focuses on seeking out undiscovered screenwriters and developing a pipeline between emerging talent and the film industry through its screenwriting contest, The Screenplay Shootout.
ECONOMIST and software specialist turned author Shashi Warrier's The Last Hangman is set in south India, where he grew up.
The books are based on Zimbabwe's efforts to hire a new hangman after the previous executioner retired in 2004.
DAVID Pritchard's story (You Say, February 15) of the hangman was really enlightening and interesting.
Eight persons including the jail superintendent, deputy jail superintendent, DG, DIG, magistrate, a doctor, a hangman and another jail staff were present at the time of his hanging.
London, Dec 29 (ANI): A Bangladeshi television channel has been ordered to stop broadcasting interviews with the country's most famous hangman over fears that it could frighten children.
We also used to drink in another pub in Hollinwood, Oldham, called Help The Poor Struggler, where the landlord was Albert Pierrepoint, the hangman.
crime HANGMAN Faye Kellerman FAYE Kellerman has amassed a huge and loyal following through her series of books featuring LAPD detective Peter Decker, and it's easy to understand why.