The word hang can mean:

  • Hanging, a form of capital punishment.
  • Hang (instrument), a musical instrument.
  • "Hang", a song by Avail from their 1996 album 4am Friday
  • Hang (computing), a computer malfunction.
  • Hanging scroll, a type of decorative art.
  • Hanging craft, decorative or symbolic hanging object
  • Hang, a Chinese word
  • Hanging (meat), a form of beef aging.

Other articles related to "hang":

Sleep Station - Hang in There Charlie
... For their next album, Hang In There Charlie, Sleep Station once again adopted a "band" format ... Hang In There Charlie tells the story of two astronauts who arrive at a space station to discover it has been hugely neglected ...
Carl S. Bates - Biography
... Foundations of the modern hang gliding movement are traced in part to the popular Chanute style biplane that he spread with his articles to the public, as well as ... Bates built and flew a hang glider ... authored a Popular Science how-to article on hang glider construction ...
Let's Hang On!
... "Let's Hang On!" is a song composed by Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, and Denny Randell that was popularized by The Four Seasons in 1965 ... The same month "Let's Hang On!" was released, Massi left the group and was temporarily replaced by the band's arranger Charles Calello before Joe Long came in as Massi's full-time ... The popularity of "Let's Hang On!" has been attributed to the inclusion of several devices into the recording a two-line introduction (sung by lead singer Frankie Valli), the use of two ...
... SHGC can mean Sacred Heart Girls' College, Hamilton Solar Heat Gain Coefficient Many hang gliding clubs, notably Sydney Hang Gliding Club, Southern Hang Gliding Club (UK) and Stockton Hang Gliding Club (Australia) ...

Famous quotes containing the word hang:

    They ought to hang you in the Louvre.
    Stanley Shapiro (1925–1990)

    I will tell thee in French—which I am sure will hang upon my
    tongue like a new-married wife about her husband’s neck,
    hardly to be shook off.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    O sovereign mistress of true melancholy,
    The poisonous damp of night disponge upon me,
    That life, a very rebel to my will,
    May hang no longer on me. Throw my heart
    Against the flint and hardness of my fault,
    Which, being dried with grief, will break to powder
    And finish all foul thoughts. O Antony,
    Nobler than my revolt is infamous,
    Forgive me in thine own particular,
    But let the world rank me in register
    A master-leaver and a fugitive.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)