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hats, plural;
  1. A shaped covering for the head worn for warmth, as a fashion item, or as part of a uniform

  2. Used to refer to a particular role or occupation of someone who has more than one
    • - wearing her scientific hat, she is director of a pharmacology research group

  1. headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
  2. put on or wear a hat; "He was unsuitably hatted"
  3. an informal term for a person's role; "he took off his politician's hat and talked frankly"
  4. furnish with a hat
  5. A hat is a head covering. It may be worn for protection against the elements, for ceremonial or religious reasons, for safety, or as a fashion accessory. In the past, hats were an indicator of social status. In the military, they may denote rank and regiment.
  6. Astatane, also known as hydrogen astatide, astidohydrogen, or hydroastatic acid, is a chemical compound with the chemical formula HAt, consisting of an astatine atom covalently bonded to a hydrogen atom.
  7. Hať, formerly Haš (Haatsch) is a village in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It is part of micro-region Hlučínsko. It has around 2,500 inhabitants.
  8. Hat is an album by British musician Davy Graham, released in 1969.
  9. Hat (Norwegian for hatred) is a former Norwegian black metal vocalist. He was the original vocalist of the Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth, where he was a member from 1992 to 1995. He participated on the two early Gorgoroth demos as well as the albums Pentagram (1994) and Antichrist (1996) .
  10. (Hats (album)) Hats is the second album from Glasgow, Scotland adult alternative/pop group The Blue Nile, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music).
  11. A covering for the head, often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration; A particular role or capacity that a person might fill; Any receptacle from which numbers/names are pulled out in a lottery; The lottery or ...
  12. (HATS) HDL-Atherosclerosis Treatment Study. This study evaluated the effect of combination treatment with immediate-release nicotinic acid and simvastatin on angiographic measurements of atherosclerosis progression in subjects with coronary heart disease
  13. (HATS) Hanscom Area Towns Committee: a "Growth and Development Policy Committee" formed by the fours towns contiguous to Hanscom (Bedford, Concord, Lexington and Lincoln). 16 members. ...
  14. (HATS) Helping Applicants to Succeed (HATS) is an outreach and training program established by USAC to help applicants who have experienced difficulties with the E-Rate Program in recent years. ...
  15. (HATs (histone acetyl transferases)) Enzymes that acetylate histone tails and transcription factors, facilitating transcriptional activation.
  16. (Hats) A peripheral matchcover category with any matchcovers featuring a hat worn by a person.
  17. (Hats) A term used to describe the different mental states necessary for accomplishing different tasks, similar to the “head space” that we need to be in to most effectively accomplish things. ...
  18. (Hats) This is a variable dream and depends more on the action in the dream rather then the hat itself. ...
  19. To dream of losing your hat, you may expect unsatisfactory business and failure of persons to keep important engagements. For a man to dream that he wears a new hat, predicts change of place and business, which will be very much to his advantage. ...
  20. Medicine Hat, Alberta
  21. Ineffectual railroad man. (All he uses his head for is a hat rack)
  22. Money in appreciation of your performance from your audience
  23. Money gained when an act passes the hat (e.g. "hat was great today").
  24. (noun) 1. A head covering, generally consisting of a crown, peak, brim and hatband.
  25. Slang term for the position of Advisor, Category Lead or Top Reviewer. To "have a hat" means that there is a badge next to the member's name on his or her Profile Page. Officially called "title." Origin unknown.