What is hung?

  • (adj): (usually followed by 'with' or used in a combining form) having items suspended on or from a support.
    Example: "Walls hung with valuable paintings"; "a vine-hung trellis"


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Leung Chin-man - Controversies - Hung Hom Peninsula Housing Estate
... The Hung Hom Peninsula project was sold for a below-market land premium of HK$864 million to New World Development (NWD), who subsequently sold off half share to Sun Hung Kai ...
Shih-Ting Hung - Background
... Hung was born on the island of Pescadores in Taiwan and started painting at the age of four ... Hung left her home-town to pursue her fine art study at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei and soon followed her MFA from the School of Cinema, University of Southern California ... Hung continues working globally as a director and joined Ridley Scott Associates (RSA Films Asia) in 2009 ...
The Plague (Brotha Lynch Hung Album)
... The Plague Studio album by Brotha Lynch Hung Doomsday Productions Released August 6, 2002 Recorded 2002 Genre Gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop, underground hip hop Length 11327 Label Cinsity Records Producer ...
... Settlements of Breadfield Vințu de Jos (hung ... Unterwintz or Winzendorf) Pianul de Jos (hung ... Deutschpien or Deutschpian) Săliştea, Alba (hung ...
... Hung can refer to People Hùng Vương, a king of Vietnam Hung Hei-Gun, founder of the martial art Hung Gar Kung Fu Hung Shing, Chinese government official during ...

Famous quotes containing the word hung:

    If some beggar steals a bridle
    he’ll be hung by a man who’s stolen a horse.
    There’s no surer justice in the world than that
    which makes the rich thief hang the poor one.
    Peire Cardenal (c. 1180–1272)

    He that hung upon the Torturing Tree
    Heard all the crickets singing, and was glad.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    This is the man who classified the bits
    Of his friends’ hells into a pigeonhole—
    He hung each disparate anguish on the spits
    Parboiled and roasted in his own withering soul.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)