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dangler

[′daŋ·glər]
(metallurgy)
The flexible electrode used in barrel plating.
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In its ruling, the GMC said: "The panel considers it important to send out a clear signal to Dr Dangle, the profession and the public that any form of dishonesty is unacceptable behaviour.
The Headset and Headphone Packages are available for $60 and $65, respectively, and include a headset or headphone, headband, dangle, and a carrying pouch, all packaged in a travel case.
There's something about the way the flags dangle that suggests the futility of the war, but there is a comparable sense of ominous gloom in all of Sonnier's works.
Dangle a solid crystal Little Star ornament ($25, swarovski.
Lloyd Dangle is looking for the funny side of MTBE.
In the car, dangle the ScentTraveler ($7 to $9) from your rearview mirror.
It's even as bad as Dragons' Den, in which a bunch of millionaires dangle their money in front of penniless would-be entrepreneurs rather as Marie Antoinette might have dangled a chocolate digestive in front of the starving peasantry.
A vision in short-shorts, with highlights and a moustache, Dangle might be mistaken for an extra from a '70s adult film were he not surrounded by some of the weirdest law enforcers ever in Nevada.
Some of the projects: making a purse out of a map: button dangle earrings; lampshade decorations; funky journal covers; mirror frame decorations; cards; a wide variety of belts; memory quilts; hair accessories; lotions; decorated footwear; party ideas; recipes and more.
At the original inquiry Lynam had stated that he was satisfied with Murtagh's riding of Dangle.
He was handed the ban, that runs from October 1 to 7 inclusive,for making insufficient effort on Edward Lynam's newcomer Dangle in the EMS Civil Engineering EBF Maiden at the Curragh on Sunday.