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dangler

[′daŋ·glər]
(metallurgy)
The flexible electrode used in barrel plating.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As Dangler explains, what were once working forests owned by large, integrated forest product companies, such as International Paper and Georgia Pacific, are now owned by investors that place their money with Timberland Investment Management Organizations (TIMO).
Welsh weather forecaster Derek Brockway said yesterday: "Conditions are perfect for a 'Pembrokeshire Dangler' today with a north wind and trough lying through the Irish Sea.
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It's that little grammatical error called a "dangler." You may remember an English teacher calling them "dangling participles." If you begin a sentence with a descriptive phrase, it's supposed to describe the subject of the part that follows--otherwise it "dangles." Usually, in fact, it does something hilarious.
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By Jean Dangler. (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005.
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Pat Dangler of the Morristown Redevelopment Agency echoed those sentiments.