from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Working by one's self and without associates or helpers, specifically as practised in gold-mining in Australia; one who has everything ‘under his own hat.’ See
- noun The trade of a hatter.
- noun Material for hats.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The business of making hats; also, stuff for hats.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The
Fabricused in making hats.
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A double dose of 'hatting' would be an altogether different matter.
The effect of 'hatting' was to throw the letters out of alignment so that some of the clear-text would read normally, and the rest (to the untrained eye) would be gibberish.
When a man drops mateship altogether and takes to "hatting" in the bush, it's a step towards a convenient tree and a couple of saddle-straps buckled together.
I transposed two columns in the wrong order " a favourite pastime of Peter Churchill's (known in the trade as 'hatting').
So stop hatting on PRESiDENT OBAMA people at he's good looking.
Lindsey Graham, is a very Stupid man, he needs to top player hatting. get out of office you are a disgrace.
You need to stop high-hatting everyone and finally ante up.
The previous F/USAID dual-hatting arrangement was far from perfect, but gave USAID tremendous de facto influence and authority over the budget.
As a Jew, I know full well that with regards to such sensitive people, hard facts will never alter deep embedded prejudices long live israel in the mist of jew hatting
The world not hatting the US is what AQ fears most, so wouldn't AQ not like that America's standing in the world goes up because Obama is the president.