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- adj. Wearing a (specified type of) hat
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Covered with a hat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. wearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind
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Western officials say that the counter-insurgency effort against the Taliban should be strengthened by the unification of the Nato and US missions in Afghanistan under the single command of McKiernan no--the missions will not be unified, they will just have the same commander, double-hatted, which is due to be confirmed by Congress later this month. posted by Mark, Ottawa at 8:27 AM
The atmosphere deteriorated sharply but for once my courage didn't. '¦ and, sir ¦ if the point of your questions is to suggest that we did had indecipherables from Holland due to coding mistakes but wrongly attributed them to other causes, could you please explain why no Dutch agent has ever misnumbered a transposition-key, "hatted"
But agents like Peter Churchill also 'hatted' columns in the second transposition.
Later, “white-hatted good guys” like Wyatt Earp also took on mythic proportions by bringing “black-hatted outlaws” to justice.
Right there with you on all counts, though you didn't mention my favorite actor in the movie, Tom Waits as the bowler-hatted, junkyard-growling Mr. Nick .....
Between the red-whiskered man and the white-hatted man sits Ben Wasson.
The captain, slouch-hatted and barelegged, with a rolling twist hitched the faded blue lava-lava tighter around his waist and spat tobacco juice overside.
A small, dark man, dapper and debonair, swallow-tailed and top-hatted, was waltzing about the stage with dainty, mincing steps, and in a thin little voice singing something or other about somebody or something evidently pathetic.
Here is Fleece Johnson, a woolly-hatted veteran of Kentucky State Penitentiary, gravely recalling the good old days: In this prison, booty was more important than food.
The apparently self-penned bio on Cameron's website begins, "I was born in October 1966," and then leaps straight forward to 2001, missing out the decades he spent as a guffawing, top-hatted toff in between.