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The new hanger will be equipped with the most sophisticated machinery and other equipment for aircraft maintenance and repair.
This means there must be a different clothes hanger for women's apparel that could adequately accommodate the size of clothes that are hanged and folded on the rack.
The AT&T Foundry, which is designed for collaborative innovation projects just like this, was the ideal venue for this venture with Hanger. The resulting prototype is designed to collect data on prosthetic usage and mobility in near-real time.
She really couldn't understand it, but once we started talking through the symbols, it started making sense to her," Hanger said.
The company is also said to be exploring the prioritisation of orders by fast tracking those marked with 'hanger' in thecomments section,meaning those suffering from severe 'hanger' could be added to the priority delivery list in future.
| TIP: Hanger steak, also known as butcher's steak and what the French call onglet, is so called because it hangs from the diaphragm, and is located just above the kidneys.
The proprietary features of the Ed's Plant Hanger enable it to function equally well in both indoor and outdoor settings.
I really shouldn't admit this in print but I've been thinking a lot about the optimum hanger to meet my hanging needs.
The hanger will now be in the shape of a letter 'w'.
Each existing hanger was originally riveted in place more than 60 years ago.
Because one hanger is broken, Mahakam II suspension Bridge in Indonesia collapsed in 2011, as shown in Figure 1.