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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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At the beginning, I could hang for only 10 seconds.
Winter tree decorating projects are for all denominations, since all children love to hang items such as their creations of painted CDs, decorated playing cards and potato chip bags.
If a thing will lean without falling, if a large wooden structure can hang on a nail, then that suffices: an economy of means, meticulously applied.
But here comes that second hurdle: knowing the secrets of being the GF he can't wait to hang out with.
For him, the season of the year, the type of art shown and the number of artists on view are all important considerations, and he hangs his gallery accordingly.
3 -- color) Suzy Shiu Shiu So's painting ``Lotus and Fish'' will hang in a local show.
Curtis Wilson's widow, Marilyn Wilson, visits his ``California Baroque'' paintings, which now hangs at CSUN.
I finally said something, and we make an effort to hang out once a week.
At the Town Center mall, several stores have started dressing themselves in Christmas garb, but the mall never hangs its decorations before the first week of November as it's involved with other events during this month, such as Bella Via.
On a wall hangs the framed La Virgen de Guadalupe icon given him by his mother from the bedroom once shared by their entire family in La Cieneguita, Michoacan, Mexico.
Generally we enjoy cymbidiums at ground level, but I have a lovely deep red cymbidium that hangs in my patio outside the dining room window.