coathanger


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ramínko
bøjle
vaateripustin
vješalica za kapute
ハンガー
옷걸이
galge
ไม้แขวนเสื้อ
mắc áo

coathanger

شَمَّاعَة الـمَعَاطِف ramínko bøjle Kleiderbügel κρεμάστρα percha vaateripustin portemanteau vješalica za kapute gruccia per abiti ハンガー 옷걸이 klerenhanger kleshenger wieszak na ubrania cabide вешалка galge ไม้แขวนเสื้อ elbise askısı mắc áo 衣架
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Next month I'll discuss wonders such as M57 (the Ring Nebula) and the Coathanger that lie between the celestial lovers.
Fellow pop star TOMMY SMITH, Space frontman, had a coathanger grin for our cameras.
He spent eight hours torturing her and beating her with a broom handle, a coathanger and an electrical flex.
The Coathanger in Vulpecula, the Little Fox, is one deep-sky wonder that looks great in binoculars but totally falls apart in telescopes.
PAST champions Bradley Dredge and Niclas Fasth head a better-than-usual line-up for the Madeira Island Open at quirky Santo da Serra, but both may have to give way to Human Coathanger, David Lynn, whose cracking trio of results in the Gulf Swing gives him cast-iron credentials at 18-1.
Once the penny dropped, there was a series of comic sequences as Lindsay scurried in the scuddy, trying to get to the safety of his office where another suit was on the coathanger.
Scots surgeon Prof Angus Wallace and Dundee doc Tom Wong operated using a coathanger, cellotape, a bottle of mineral water and a catheter tube after Paula suffered a collapsed lung on a Hong Kong to London flight.
4[degrees] across, seeing the Coathanger in a telescope requires a low-power, wide-angle field of view.
The drama followed a mid-air rescue in May last year when two doctors saved a mum's life using a coathanger, pen top, brandy and a plastic bottle.
IT MADE headlines at the time - the mid-air operation using a coathanger, scissors and a glass of brandy that saved a woman's life.
And 10 Messier galaxies are arranged like a coathanger about 5[degrees] long and 3[degrees] tall
But a Scots surgeon and a doctor operated using a coathanger, sticky tape and a bottle of mineral water.