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Synonyms for hatter

someone who makes and sells hats

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The proof of Gannon's claim may come in the pudding of a hectic festive schedule for The Hatters, with a trip to neighbours Curzon Ashton in National League North action preceding a Boxing Day hosting of Alfreton Town, before a trip to the Impact Arena for the return fixture on New Year's Day - and the County manager was quick to fire a warning shot to County's opposition.
Manchester Crown Court heard how Hatters Taverns Limited had appointed sister company Hatters Hostel Limited as the main contractor for the basement conversion beneath a hostel at 50 Newton Street, Manchester.
Anyone wishing to host or take part in a Mad Hatters Tea Party on March 28 should visit www.
WELSH recruitment agency Smart Solutions has raised more than PS8,000 by hosting a Mad Hatters Ball, in support of their nominated charity Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales.
Mad Hatters Masked Ball HERBERT ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM, COVENTRY DRESS up as the Queen of Hearts, Tweedledum and Tweedledee or the Cheshire Cat for The Herbert's Alice in Wonderland-themed Mad Hatter's Masked Ball for grownups.
Barclays Wealth helped 800 sick and disadvantaged children from across the region enjoy a fun day out when the firm volunteered to support the Birminghambased Mad Hatters Children's Charity.
Patricks held a fabulous event: the Mad Hatters tea party
Barnes-Homer should have given the Hatters the lead on the quarter-of-an-hour mark when he raced clear onto Drury's pass, but he somehow dragged his shot wide from just eight yards.
Midfielder Kris Taylor kept the pressure on the Hatters with another shot that cleared the bar before the interval.
THE new owners of Luton have slammed the Football League as trying to push the club out of existence after the Hatters were hit with a 20-point deduction for failing to gain a CVA.
The Hatters picked up their first away league win of their traumatic campaign with a 35-yard belter.
LEOMINSTER - A sea of red, purple and pink helped to wash away the winter blues during a recent Red Hatters event at the Four Points.
Three goals in the space of nine minutes saw the visitors go in with a 3-0half-time lead to leave the Hatters shell-shocked.
Rhondda Rebels are gunning for a British National Cup hat-trick in Birmingham today as the Valley girls go head-to-head with arch-rivals Sheffield Hatters.
For example, in 1988 the likes of Mick Harford, Brian Stein, Danny Wilson and the head-banded Steve Foster guided the Hatters to victory over Arsenal in final of the League Cup.