from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hook in a chimney for slinging a pot; a hanger.
- n. A form of hanger by which the scabbard of a sword was suspended, attached not necessarily to the girdle, but sometimes to two rings fastened to the cuirass at its bottom edge, one over the left hip, the other near the middle of the back.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Palin apparently has so little hangle on any of the big issues that are currently being addressed, that rather than making any substantive contribution about healthcare or energy reform, the economy or evrn IRan, she just picks at silly stuff that none of us would even be aware of if she wasn't calling our attention to it.
I have arranged a little barging too for my friend the Erl. The line will pass through a hangle of Bareacre Park.
Fat gram-a computer program hangle-a detailed discussion.
I have arranged a little barging too for my friend the Erl. The line will pass through a hangle of Bareacre
A couple months ago, I made our Sec/Treasurer and Admin and he started getting the authorization e-mails which he had no idea how to hangle.
I think hell be in nets against the pens too ... if he can handle back to backs with the wings and caps, he can certainly hangle this, no? likehoy on Tue, 11/24/2009 - 12: 01.
pg 216- there were some 500 switches inside the Apollo craft, covering surfaces everywhere- obviously this is the sort of thing that could be better miniaturized now, with a few computers to hangle those 500 switches.
It's lots of yakk, and hangle, andgordo lordo from engineers and techs my father keeps on retainer. "
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