Hanging

[meat] Meat hanging is a culinary process, commonly used in beef aging, that improves the flavor of meats by allowing the natural enzymes in the meat to break down the tissue through dry aging. The process also allows the water in the meat to evaporate, thus concentrating the flavor. ==History== All meat was hung and dry aged from the 1950s
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Hanging

Attaching flying pieces to the appropriate bars.
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hanging

[n] - decoration that is hung (as a tapestry) on a wall or over a window 2. [n] - a form of capital punishment
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Hanging

The process of putting a lantern in its designated position according to the lighting plan.
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Hanging

Leaving meat or game suspended in a cool, dry place to allow air to circulate around it to tenderise the flesh and develop the flavour.
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hanging

Execution by suspension, usually with a drop of 0.6-2 m/2-6 ft, so that the powerful jerk of the tightened rope breaks the neck. This was once a common form of
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Hanging

Hang'ing adjective 1. Requiring, deserving, or foreboding death by the halter. 'What a hanging face!' Dryden. 2. Suspended from above; pendent; as, hanging shelves. 3. Adapted for sustaining a hanging object; as, the hanging post of a gate, the p
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Hanging

Hang'ing noun 1. The act of suspending anything; the state of being suspended. 2. Death by suspension; execution by a halter. 3. That which is hung as lining or drapery for the walls of a room, as tapestry, paper, etc., or to cover or drape a door or window; -- used chiefly in
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hanging

1. Requiring, deserving, or foreboding death by the halter. 'What a hanging face!' ... 2. Suspended from above; pendent; as, hanging shelves. ... 3. Adapted for sustaining a hanging object; as, the hanging post of a gate, the post which holds the hinges. Hanging compass, a compass suspended so that the card may be read from beneath. Hanging garden,
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hanging

wall hanging noun decoration that is hung (as a tapestry) on a wall or over a window; `the cold castle walls were covered with hangings`
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Hanging

• (a.) Adapted for sustaining a hanging object; as, the hanging post of a gate, the post which holds the hinges. • (a.) Suspended from above; pendent; as, hanging shelves. • (n.) The act of suspending anything; the state of being suspended. • (n.) Death by suspension; execution by a halter. • (a.) Requiring, deserving, or f
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hanging

execution by strangling or breaking the neck by a suspended noose. The traditional method, still in use on the continent of Europe, involves ... [1 related articles]
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HANGING

The inclination to run in (or out) during a race. When hanging in, a horse will have a tendency to veer towards the inside running rail or fence, while when hanging out, a horse will have a tendency to veer towards the outside running rail. A horse that is hanging will often check other runners which happen to be in its path.
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hanging

Execution by suspension, usually with a drop of 0.6–2 m/2–6 ft, so that the powerful jerk of the tightened rope breaks the neck. This was once a common form of capital punishment in Europe and is still practised in some states in the USA
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Hanging

Hanging is the suspension of a person by a noose or ligature around the neck. The Oxford English Dictionary states that hanging in this sense is `specifically to put to death by suspension by the neck`, though it formerly also referred to crucifixion and death by impalement in which the body would remain `hanging`. Hanging has been a common me...
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Hanging

To suspend meat so that the flavour matures
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