Hat

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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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His black hat was brown before he could afford a coat, his pantaloons were white at the seams and knees before he could buy a pair of boots, his boots had worn out before he could treat himself to new pantaloons, and, by the time he worked round to the hat again, that shining modern article roofed-in an ancient ruin of various periods.
They were driven by a tall man, with a long brown beard and a great black hat, which seemed to hide his face from us.
The umbrella was a black and prosaic bundle long past repair; the hat was a broad-curved black hat, clerical but not common in England; the man was the very embodiment of all that is homely and helpless.
An elderly and apparently intoxicated peasant in a shiny black hat, and carrying a large crimson umbrella, caught sight of it first as it trailed past him, and was seized with a discreditable ambition to kill it.
It was a very ordinary black hat of the usual round shape, hard and much the worse for wear.
As long as it is easy and profitable for them, black hats don't discriminate on who to hit.
James Scott, a senior fellow who follows cybersecurity at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, said it is sometimes difficult to separate the white hats from the black hats.
And all of these bosses either wear white hats (play totally by the book), black hats (burn the book if it impedes sales), or gray hats (read only those pages that fit their purposes).
The guys with the black hats (black hat hackers) are the bad guys bent on taking whatever they want, from whomever they want, legality and morality be damned.
I promise, you will know a lot more about Gettysburg when you finish reading Those Damned Black Hats.