American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hay, John Milton 1838-1905. American public official and writer who served as ambassador to Great Britain (1897-1898) and U.S. secretary of state (1898-1905). His literary works include poetry and a life of Abraham Lincoln (1890).
“Colin Hay’s “Waiting for My Real Life to Begin” – because everyone’s heard “Land Down Under” but Men @ Work frontman Colin Hay is really great by himself.”
“Hay is a good inexpensive back stop, but it's best not to over shoot your comfort range so you'll rarely miss.”
“Clapton's finger-picking style is unmatched, Jose Feliciano plays with passion and flare and I love the tonality of the classical guitar, Colin Hay surprised me with his work and Jason Mraz is an up and coming guitar star.”
“Produced by hip Danish furniture label Hay, it suggests a pictograph.”
“Lib Dem AM Peter Black is taking on former world chess champion Boris Spassky at Booth's bookshop in Hay-on-Wye on 25 May.”
“Beforehand we did yum cha at the Marigold in Hay Street.”
“Colin Hay, 32, a youth worker from Perth, who walked the death route from Westminster to Smithfield, said: It was the easiest six miles of my life.”
“Stay in Hay for 4-5 days and then take the bus to Brecon and stay in Brecon for a few days walking and doing other non-bookish things.”
“We're safe here in Hay ... miles away from explosions, inner-city crime, miles away even from suburbia.”
“Hay is much more common, but it contains far more moisture.”
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