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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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"Their ages can vary from 10 and 11 to 17, although the younger ones just hang around with the older ones.
But a doctor told me sperm can hang around for a week or so and, if a woman had sex with one man followed in a few days by sex with another, she could have twins with different fathers.
Why are they allowed to hang around street corners when drinking in public is an offence?
The contest was organised by Middlesbrough Council to encourage youngsters to play sport rather than hang around on the streets.
When there was plenty of light for the fish to see one another, females from all three locations tended to hang around more with the larger male.
That's why the Clinton administration's treaties, especially Kyoto, are likely to hang around the Senate indefinitely in wait of the next Democratic president."
in Great Neck, NY, sees challenges ahead for Heid: "Iomega's going to go bankrupt, so if somebody wants to hang around and pick up a big paycheck, they can, but [Iomega is] going to go out; they're not a survivor."
And the characters are quite easy to imitate." Saunders added that "Edina would love to hang around gay people.
He recalled: "I felt like it was Kenny's art camp, because all these kids from Avenue A would hang around watching me work." With the sale of Scharf's "apocalyptic fun" painting Whooaa Nelly!, 1982, the feeding frenzy really began.
The group takes its name, Spar Posse on Tour, from the shop the youngsters used to hang around.
And a youth parish council has also been set up, chaired by 16-year-old Alex Keogh, of St Leonard's View, who said: "There is not enough to do in Dordon, so young people hang around on street corners.
GANGS of youths who hang around the Matchborough Centre in Redditch causing trouble are to be given their marching orders.