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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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Shortly after being privy to millions, "Doug called Charley's [sic] attention to the fact that he was hatless.
Joseph is hatless and suited (centre of the back row) in the holiday picture.
I rushed out breathless and hatless and here I thought I was going to collapse - would you believe it, blow me if he didn't hand me a bulky package, whereupon I fell on his neck and wept for sheer joy.
Traditionally the station manager has always greeted Royal visitors while wearing a bowler hat, but current top boss at the station Louise Rutherford will be hatless for the occasion.
EVEN those of us who are happy hatless like the dash of a Panama - it tells you the holiday season is truly here; dusting down the Panama being horseracing's equivalent of searching for last summer's flip-flops and Speedos.
The bare-headed Jack Kennedy signaled the arrival of what the Romans once called a novus homo--and this "new man" was hatless and bold.
But that was before the sunAAEs heat became reality, made more intense by beaming down on a hatless head in a topless car.
Results of the study of Davis and Hatless are not directly comparable to present analysis because the price grid was restricted to fairly coarse increments (of 5 [cents] or 25 [cents]).
seen him in town, barefoot, hatless, with his rapt, empty gaze" (257).
Colds are not caused by going hatless on a windy day.
His inauguration speech delivered on March 4, 1841, remains the longest on record, and was delivered on a bitterly cold day as Harrison, hatless and without a winter coat, stood orating for almost two hours.