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hang

verb condemn to death, corporal punishment, deprive of life, dispose of by death, end the life of a connemned, inflict capital punishment, inflict mortal punishhent, kill, murder, punish by death, punish with death, put to death, put to death according to law, slay, snuff out the life of, terminate the life of
Associated concepts: death by lethal injection, death penalty, electric chair, gas chamber, right to life
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Hanging tough and dealing with the challenges they place before us is the only way we guarantee ourselves a place on the island.
Ivan Wong and his father are hanging tough as well.
They have been more creative than just hanging tough in defence of existing jobs, pay scales, and entitlements.
Elliott Lake mining supply firms are hanging tough despite the almost complete disappearance of a local market.
Despite $51 oil, a close presidential race, more earnings warnings than we have seen for a year and election-driven terrorism fears, the S&P 500 is hanging tough.
June 13, Tallaght Stadium: Two months after beating the Hoops 3-0 on Leeside, Mark O'Sullivan and Gearoid Morrissey scored in the capital to prove that the dogged Rebels were intent on hanging tough in the title race.
High hopes Team members help each other over the Everest climb as pain and exhaustion start to take their toll Keep the head up A competitor goes face first in mud Side splitting Covered in yellow paint and holding an inflatable banana this runner is up for a laugh We're off Everyone looks too clean as the event gets underway in Dalkeith Tartan barmy Warm-up at the start brings out the team spirit Barbed tire Weary teams negotiate the 'Kiss of Mud' Hang TOUGHA man swings to the finish of the 12-mile course Cold front A runner plunges into freezing ice bath StuckThick mud at Elctroshock therapy obstacle towards the end Hanging tough Our columnist Phil MacHugh with top team of Sam Bendit (left), Kelly Jones & Meg Smith