Did you by any chance mean hassle?
- n. Norwegian chemist noted for his research on organic molecules (1897-1981)
“Those having shorter and more open husks, so that the nut protruded, were called hazels after the German word "hassel," -- hood, in English.”
“Not signing this, don't need the hassel from the less informed.”
“I plan to be in PVR the end of Feb. Does anyone know where I should go to get it renewed and how much of a time hassel is it?”
“Piles of dead leaves are such a "hassel", aren't they?”
“I know my car (2000 Subaru Outback Wagon AWD) will fall into the 10 year old on Jan. 1st. and I know Subaru dealers are sprouting up all over Mexico so I just wondered how much hassel it might be, thanks Rick”
“Now while here in Masterbachusetts you can buy a bp handgun without any greater hassel than putting the money down, but you need the FID to get powder.”
“I understand Canada's concerns, but why is it fair the punish all Mexicans (with the hassel, expense and embarrassment of applying for a visa with no guarantee of receiving one)?”
“International contest winners would create more of a hassel due to thinks such as customs, passports, and work visas.”
“HMO's may give you a hassel but if they are cheaper than that means they are passing on some of their cost containment on to you.”
“I love the idea of making angel food cupcakes … so much less of a hassel, with 100% of the goodness.”
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