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Hat

A Turkish measure of length approximately equivalent to 2.63 millimeters. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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This can best be done by competing in the UK meetings against top competition and going on to win a hatful of gold medals in the European Championships and Commonwealth Games later in the year.
3 THE Greenbacks are still without a home win after missing a hatful of chances in the first-half.
In the evening Nottingham are down for a hatful of opens again, including the final of a 500m Standard plus heats of another 500m competition.
An early goal from Lionel Ainsworth secured victory, but Rotherham were the better side, with Adam Le Fondre missing a hatful of chances.
Expect her to win a hatful more of medals this week.
PAUL HOLLAND was denied a victory to kick-start his reign as Mansfield's new boss after the Stags missed a hatful of chances to win it.
GILLINGHAM striker Simeon Jackson got his Football League debut off to a miserable start as he missed a hatful of chances.
BLUES are in desperate need of goals after missing a hatful of chances in a 2-1 defeat at Leeds.
Like the last twice we have faced relegation sides, we can't simply expect to turn up and think we can score a hatful.
The Nomads were left to rue a hatful of missed chances as the game slipped away, the best falling to Phil Molyneux and Danny Jellicoe.
Burton could have scored a hatful in the final 20 minutes, but settled for one in the 73rd minute when Hall's cross was rifled home by fellow substitute Andy Corbett
United may finish this season as champions of both Europe and England and Wayne Rooney may win a hatful of medals, but he will surely one day wake up thinking of what could have been.