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hard hat

[′härd ‚hat]
(engineering)
A safety hat usually having a metal crown; used by construction workers and miners.
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Cool Hard Hat President Jim Welsh said, "I was thrilled with the great attendance at the 2010 Tulsa Pipeline Expo - it was much beyond our expectations.
Chelsea, who is interested in graphics, art and design, said: "I was looking for something that represented construction and came up with the hard hat. I was really pleased to win."
I'd rather rely on a hard hat. - E Whelan, Westmeath
But we promise audiences they don't have to wear a hard hat to buy a ticket from us!" For details of the opening weekend and the coming season, visit www.northernstage.co.uk or call (0191) 230-5151.
One man tenderly guided a woman blinded by a large hard hat, steering her away from flying limbs and rolling bodies.
And Rod Lott (from Hitch) unearths the "homoerotic subtext" in the children's video Real Life Giant Construction Equipment for Kids (Featuring Hard Hat Harry) by quoting the talking machines as they court one another - Concrete Pumper: "I'm going to pour my concrete into your rear hamper.
See Pat with goofy yellow hard hat perched on head.
Developed by MSA in Brazil, the V-Gard GREEN hard hat was introduced to North American customers at the recent 2013 National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Chicago.
They include SecureFit Protective Eyewear, Peltor X Series Earmuffs, the H-800 Series Full Brim Hard Hat with a Uvicator Sensor, the Safety Sunwear Series, and the Peltor WS Series Headsets with Bluetooth Wireless Technology.
PROTECTION 3 Ian in hard hat and, inset, the eagle owl
* IF THE work on Broadgate is not finished in time for the Olympic events, or even this year, it will not be the fault of the man in the blue turbanwith the hard hat on top.