- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hang.
“Jewish culture is so capacious, so fluid, so open-ended a term, one is left wondering whether the definition hangs on sensibility, subject matter or birthright.”
“I was just so damn nervous for that final shot as I thought 'this is the shot the title hangs on'," Neuner revealed.”
“The structure seems to be just a strip of lace, with the top edge zigzagged down a base piece that hangs from a narrow neckband.”
“In every catholikon on Athos an immense chandelier in the form of a royal crown hangs from the central cupola, and has a circumference equal to that of the cupola itself.”
“Picasso's 1906 portrait of Gertrude Stein hangs in the Museum of”
“Griffin hangs out at the company's headquarters in Bethesda, Md., but doesn't go to day care.”
“Webb says Fox asked him if he wanted the type of camera that hangs from a cable and zips along foul lines, used by TBS on its playoffs games.”
“Batman hangs from the ceiling, while Red Arrow, Hawkgirl and Green Lantern are bound and forced to watch something.”
“Note that the altar cloth hangs from the sides of the altar but does not extend below the front of the table.”
“Our collective fate likely hangs from the cliff by three intertwining ropes: systems, power, and story.”
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