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dangler

[′daŋ·glər]
(metallurgy)
The flexible electrode used in barrel plating.
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Dr Dangle admitted responsibility in a letter datedMarch6, 2007.
The Combination Pack sells for $95 and includes both a headset and headphones, headband, two dangles, and two carrying pouches, all packaged in a travel case.
The Pearl Puddle[TM] Dangle Earrings (Pink - E1023) are 9-10 mm Pink Baroque freshwater pearls bearing Mother Nature's mark.
Dangle was banned from racing for 42 days and Lynam, who will also be appealing that penalty, was seething before and after the stewards announced their verdicts.
Dangle in the Dust is to be staged in the grounds at 10 North East clubs, including the homes of Newcastle Falcons, Westoe, Consett, Horden and Barnard Castle.
Portia De Rossi -- Long diamond dangle earrings valued at $16,000, diamond ring and diamond chain link bracelet valued at $120,000 all by H.
With gold balls and gold beads, gold strands or gold fringes -- earrings that dangle gain prominence in a variety of lengths and spirited styles.
THAT'S ME SHAFTED: Shields stuck in shop vent Pictures: AP' COLD FEET: Legs dangle above entrance
All questions regarding this RFP should be directed in writing to Sharon Dangles, Finance Director, at sdangles@oak-brook.
So even though Richard pictured, thinks he's breaking new ground here, as he dangles a bucket off a helicopter, he was beaten to the punch by Operation Cloud Lab back in the summer.
TERROR Cradle carrying two window cleaners dangles from the World Trade Center, New York
The anglerfish dangles a bioluminescent lure near its tail to lure predators.