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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.
References in classic literature ?
Shrive thyself, thou vile knave, for I mean that thou shalt hang this day, and that where three roads meet, so that all men shall see thee hang, for carrion crows and daws to peck at."
Now I will make a jest of thee and a sorry jest withal, for I will quarter thee limb from limb, after thou art hanged." Then he spurred his horse forward and said no more to Stutely.
"Your hat?" "They took it away from me." "Your shoes?" "They have hardly any soles left." "Your purse?" "Alas!" stammered Gringoire, "I have not even a sou." "Let them hang you, then, and say 'Thank you!'" retorted the vagabond wench, turning her back on him.
"You are going to hang this man?" she said gravely, to Clopin.
This is the second time a man hangs himself at the same spot this year.
Hangman Takuzo is a Japanese performance artist who hangs himself everyday from a tree in his garden.
The dancing umbrellas are drink stirrers she collects and hangs from the blinds' coral.
Iran hangs 22 convicted criminals in mass executions in Tehran and few other cities, official news media reported.
Her students begin learning skills such as "Lion in a Tree" (hanging from the trapeze with one arm and one leg draped over the bar) or "Monkey" (a handy transitional skill of locking the arms around one knee so the body hangs from the bar supported by the knee and armpits).
The other (smaller) half of the sculpture hangs down from the ceiling to within a short distance of the top of the lower portion of the column.
A guy can tire very quickly of a girl who follows him around like a puppy and hangs on his every move.
--The gunner hangs his CVC helmet by its chin strap from a hook at his station.