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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 done she pushed back her hat, pulled up her darned white cotton gloves, and said delightedly:--
And now," said Athos, resuming his cloak and putting on his hat, "now that I have drawn your teeth, viper, bite if you can.
By this time he had sprawlingly recovered the hat, and made an odd little bobbing bow over it, as if setting everything quite right.
His first half-hour is occupied in trying to decide whether to wear his light suit with a cane and drab billycock, or his black tails with a chimney-pot hat and his new umbrella.
This the Wizard placed underneath his hat and made a mystic sign above it.
Alec would have reached the Point first, if Rose, in her flurry, had not retarded him by jerking the rudder ropes in a most unseamanlike way, and just as she got right again her hat blew off.
His gray hair, flattened to the head by the pressure of his hat, gave him the look of an ecclesiastic,--a resemblance he would scarcely have liked, for he hated priests and clergy, though he could give no reasons for his anti-religious views.
It was putting flowers on your hat at all, no matter what color they were, that was ridiculous.
There's your hat," she added, tossing it to her husband, gayly.
And now, while they are climbing the pole in another part of the field, and muzzling in a flour-tub in another, the old farmer whose house, as has been said, overlooks the field, and who is master of the revels, gets up the steps on to the stage, and announces to all whom it may concern that a half-sovereign in money will be forthcoming to the old gamester who breaks most heads; to which the Squire and he have added a new hat.
Strip the bishop of his apron, or the beadle of his hat and lace; what are they?
So the duck took up the hat with the mouse in it and brought it to the Doctor on the shore.