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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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White cotton boat neck top, PS22.99, zara.com Hang loose Avoid anything skin tight or bodycon and veer towards your baggier, loose fitting clothes.
Markus Schenkenberg, 40, best known for modelling Calvin Klein pants, said he prefers to hang loose like a true Scot.
After manfully pulling in my stomach for what seemed like hours I finally gave up, let it all hang loose, and reached for my comfortable working suit which is sufficiently big to accommodate my bulk.
Throw away your brush and learn to hang loose. Blast your hair dryer, directing the hair up and away from the head to create a really wild finish.
I thought it was a truly run race in the semi-final as she was neck and neck with Hang Loose to the fifth bend, and she ended up as the fastest semi-final winner.
Hang Loose was another all-the-way victor in the first round, although he was very workmanlike in holding off Harrys Windmill.
Hang Loose from Sunderland is hard to oppose in the second division of the Regal Stakes.
Hang Loose was surprisingly beaten after leading over the course and distance a week ago, but Graham Calvert junior's dog looks the night's best bet in the opening heat at 7.48pm.
Or simply plait two or three small sections of hair, fasten and allow to hang loose.
In turn, Wrecking Ball singer Miley has let her locks hang loose like her pal used to.