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Synonyms for hatter

someone who makes and sells hats

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The Hatters were given a sniff of a comeback when Enoch Showunmi converted from 18 yards
The Hatters made a clean sweep of the three domestic titles last season, repeating the Welsh club's feat of 2001, but Rebel Mackey believes it's time for the silverware to return to the valleys.
Former Charlton defender Perry opened his Hatters account by diving to head home Darren Currie's left-wing cross from close range in the 52nd minute.
If Northumbria get through the first round they will host current cup holders Sheffield Hatters, who lifted all three trophies which were on offer last season.
Meetings will now be held at Hatters Space on the last Thursday of every month, from 7.
The Hatters were hit with 55 charges by the FA this week relating to financial irregularities.
Heart disease is an important matter not just for Red Hatters, but for women under 50 as well.
Staff from Barclays Wealth and Barclays in Birmingham joined the March Hare, the Dormouse, the Mad Hatter and more than 800 children in support of the Mad Hatters Tea Party Charity event at the Botanical Gardens.
Richard Baxter, Hatters Space Learndirect co-ordinator, said: "I'm extremely pleased for Graham.
The Hatters had not won on the road in four months but chose Hillsborough as the venue to end their travel sickness.
November 5 v Sheffield Hatters U-20 (a), 6 National Cup quarter-final.
The Breakaways then struggled to 51 on their last roll, leaving the Section B-based Hatters needing 45 for victory which they duly achieved without much difficulty.
The Hatters continued where they left off at the start of the second-half and Kevin Nicholls' free-kick was met by George Pilkington whose header cannoned agonisingly off the bar.
Last week, the Mad Hatters offered hundreds of hats for area children and families to Simi Valley Hospital and Catholic Charities of Moorpark.
After falling behind to an early Alan Quinn strike, the Hatters responded well with a storming second-half display to notch up only their fifth win at Edgeley Park this season.