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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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com)-- Introducing their new Swivel Scarf Hanger launch this week, EZ Scarf(TM) unveiled the EZ Scarf Facebook Page full of useful tips and tricks for scarf lovers everywhere and featuring their scarf hanger organizer.
M&S has pledged to donate 50p for every pounds 1 saved on hangers with a target of raising pounds 1.
Change from clear to black hangers will save industry millions of dollars annually
Clevis Hangers support non-insulated stationary pipes and meet specific load requirements.
The firm's chief executive, Marc Bolland, said: "By simply leaving their hangers at the tills, our customers are helping us, helping Unicef and helping some of the world's poorest children - just one box of hangers can provide a child with clean water for a fortnight.
Managing director Paul Ogle said: "We use more than 500,000 coat hangers every year and as our business expands, this figure will continue to rise.
M&S currently reuses or recycles all of its coat hangers that are not taken home by customers.
Bosses estimate that the hangers amount to 4,000 tonnes of plastic that could either be reused or recycled.
When patients hang the electronic hangers, each with their own ID and metal connection, on the rail, it detects the hangers and their smart garments, which incorporate conductive material and integrated electronics.
Hanger waded into the rough sea to try and save his sons and was joined by Pc Speakman.
Each year, in early March, Igui and Ugui started collecting hangers on a metal truss above a railway, used the hangers to build a nest, and laid their eggs.
Hold the strings so the hanger dangles freely in front of you.