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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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The lottery, according to one pamphleteer in 1833, "is the effect of 'that Little Flippant Thing' called Fashion, at whose Shrine are offered daily sacrifices, from the Crowned Monarch, down to the Hatless Vagrant."
But John Wesley proves indifferent to the occasion, for Sally finds him before the graduation leaning, his shirt untucked, against a Coca-Cola machine outside the auditorium with the General "scowling and hatless in the blazing sun" (p.
Our old friend, John Ingham (remember Hatless Elmo?) recently gave us a hand with editing, and added a note to this article: "Some folks would say that absolutely anything you can acquire free or cheap can end up paying for itself on a homestead.
The man is hatless but carries his hat on his stick above his head.
Melting snow from his hatless head filled his eyes, he said, and made him wipe his face.
But the beetles with see-through hats did not take much longer to roll their balls of dung along than the hatless beetles.
Many fashion experts blame President Kennedy, who preferred to go hatless, with helping to end the era of the fedora.
An uncharacteristically hatless Elmer Keith hoists one of his favorite rifles, a Bartlett-stocked .338 Magnum Magnum built by Iver Henriksen.
They claim Tiger is so often in his Nike uniform that when he hangs around hatless in shorts and T-shirt people often pass him in the street.
As someone much brighter than me has suggested, common sense says that the hatless will lose most heat through the head if the rest of the body is clothed; similarly the trouserless will lose most through the legs if everything else is covered.
The whole ride was most detestable - through the heart of London with me perched up in front, not quite in such a bad state as on reaching Rouen, but nevertheless with two days dirt and beard, hatless and dishevelled, and a dangling sleeve.