from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hays, William Harrison Known as "Will.” 1879-1954. American politician and motion-picture executive who as president of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (1922-1945) established the Production Code (1930), which prescribed the moral content of American films from 1930 to 1966.
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- n. a town in central Kansas
- n. United States lawyer and politician who formulated a production code that prescribed the moral content of United States films from 1930 to 1966 (1879-1954)
- n. United States lawyer involved in several famous court trials (1881-1954)
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In western Kansas, rural communities, farms, and businesses get their electricity from Midwest Energy, the electric co-op based in Hays, Kansas.
Susan Hays is a Dallas attorney ad litem and represents a two-year-old girl on the ranch.
Hold that thought - I've got Carol Shorenstein Hays on the other line - we're working something up.
Arachnid expert Hank Guarisco, of Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan., traveled to Texas to take a look for himself.
Give it away, Give it away Now iTunes in Hays Kansas
Hold that thought - I've got Carole Shorenstein Hays on the other line - we're working something up.
He also was in Hays 'four-man sled for five of six World Cup events.
Jovanovic, booted from the '02 Games and suspended for two years after a positive doping test days before the Salt Lake competition, made his Olympic debut in Hays' sled.
Hays is second with 350 points, followed by Alexandr Zoubkov of Russia with 335.
The silver medalist in the Salt Lake Games, Hays is .32 seconds out of third place in the tightly bunched field.