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HATTHelp Authoring Tools and Techniques (web forum)
HATTHigh All the Time
HATTHanung Toys and Textiles Limited (India; toy manufacturing)
HATTHands across the Trail (Appalachian Trail event)
HATTHeparin-Associated Thrombocytopenia with Thrombosis (biomedicine)
HATTHimpunan Alumni Timur Tengah (Indonesian: Alumni Association of the Middle East)
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From left, Lucy Hatt, senior lecturer and EBM programme leader at Northumbria University and Kellie Forbes-Simpson, lecturer in entrepreneurship, innovation and strategy, with award-winning EBM students
Danish artist and ethnographer Hatt (1873-1958) spent many years living and traveling with the Sami in northern Sweden and Norway, and wrote several academic studies of their lifeways.
Aside from her quilts, Hannah's other legacy is the part of Birk Hatt that was later designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
On her own and later with her husband Gudmund Hatt, she roamed on foot through Sami regions as an ethnographer and folklorist.
"A special shout out to last night's groom Clayton!" Hatt captioned one of the pictures.
Hatt received a six-month suspended jail sentence, a decision children's charity NSPCC said "beggars belief ".
Hatt was the minister for information technology and energy in the Swedish government from 2010 to 2014.
Doors open at 9.30am and as long as Sir Topham Hatt, the Fat Controller, is able to wake up Thomas, he puffs onto the platform at about 9.45am for the start of a fun-packed day.
Hanns Hatt at the Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, found that in addition to having 350 different types olfactory receptors in the nose, human beings the odor receptors in the outermost layer of their skin, keratinocytes, as well.
Creative work featured in this issue also engages the themes of food and ecology: Barbara Sjoholm's art essay about Emilie Demant Hatt describes Demant Hatt's growing affinity with indigenous Sami herders and hunters and their influence on her striking expressionist paintings.
Is it (1) Sir Bobble Hatt, (2) Sir Bowler Hatt or (3) Sir Topham Hatt.