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dangler

[′daŋ·glər]
(metallurgy)
The flexible electrode used in barrel plating.
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5 ounces, HANDLE: Layered canvas micarta, FINISH: Cerakote, CARRY: Kydex belt sheath, clip/ dangler, PRICE: $300
Weather presenter Liam Dutton said Pembrokeshire Danglers can bring up to eight inches of snow in places and the weather in affected areas can be very different to that in areas just miles away.
I said to the guy, 'Drop the kid,'" Dangler told CBS Channel 3 News in Philadelphia.
two types of lyric poems, medical concepts of the body, and discourses on the monster), Dangler attempts to analyze the concept of "difference" or "alterity" as well as otherness, which she argues is manifested in these various discourses in respect to the many aspects of their subject formation and the author's embracing of contrasts and the negative.
But in the following example, the dangler appears later in the sentence: "Witnesses said the cop hit the boy with the nightstick several times.
Pat Dangler of the Morristown Redevelopment Agency echoed those sentiments.
In Hidden in the Home: The Role of Waged Homework in the Modern World Economy, Jamie Faricellia Dangler explores homework 1980s' style in an area where its pre-industrial and industrial continuities were less apparent, the hardscrabble farms of upstate New York.
Still another dangler ends at the point where it would tell the ocean where the U.
Jamie Faricellia Dangler has given us a fascinating look at the juxtaposition of nineteenth and twentieth century economic forces in a book on electronic "homeworkers" in upstate New York - women employed at piecework in their homes.
Justin Dangler was a third-year student at Yorktown (New York) High School.
com provided the perfect stage for our latest offering, The Doody Dangler.
Jazz up your fashion quotient with a dangler crafted like symmetric leaflets and a stacked tennis bracelet, with sharp lines and accents rather than delicate chains, to be the centre of attention.