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  • One source for such fare is the comic strip "Yehuda Moon & the Kickstand Cyclery," which takes a charming and whimsical look at the follies and foibles of cycling through the hatbrim-obscured eyes of its main character, a soulful bike shop employee and retrogrouch named Yehuda Moon.

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

  • When I glance at McPhee, he is behind his hatbrim, quietly running a finger through his lure box, ciphering the future.

    Fishing the Delaware River shad run in early spring

  • There he tilted his hatbrim to give shade to his eyes and leaned against the doorcase, looking idly out.


  • Roland nodded back, then ducked as a bullet snapped close enough to his temple to flick his hatbrim.

    Wizard and Glass

  • He risked a glance at her under the edge of his hatbrim.

    A Crown of Swords

  • The rain sluiced off my hatbrim and blew in my face, and I walked through the dark puddles of water on the sidewalk as though they were not there.

    Neon Rain

  • Everard pulled down his hatbrim and drew his poncho tight against the wind.

    Time Patrolman

  • By the time he found a taxi his shoulders were already wet through, and when he got in the rain dripped off his hatbrim onto the floor.

    Maigret and the Man on the Bench

  • "Bridgeport," returned Miss Bryant, grinning benevolently on the wedding guests, her wet hair clinging about her face, her shirt waist dampened with the raindrops that trickled from her hatbrim.

    The Bacillus of Beauty A Romance of To-day

  • Now that he knew he had caught her eye he raised his hatbrim and revealed -- Marty's face, all a-grin, beneath it!

    The Mission of Janice Day


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