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haster

[′has·tər]
(meteorology)
In England, a violent rain storm.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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After his younger brother benefited from the loan of a seat after his birth, seven-year-old Angus Mackay decided to make it the centre of his annual family pancake party in his grandmother Elizabeth Mackay's home in Haster, near Wick.
At first this suitor, whom the princess loves, takes an admirable stance on the nature of their hidden relationship, for "li vallez si purpensa / Que mieuz en voelt les maus suffrir / Que trop haster e dunc faillir" (76-78).
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Edward Brown, the famous east haster writes "coppersmiths' bazaar in kashan with the continuous sound of the hammer and furnace in which the cooper is melt is one of the most attractive parts of the east".
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Jeanne Haster, director of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, said the job market has prompted some young people to follow a path of service.
Dennis Haster (R-Ill.) urging him to abandon the proposed spending cuts.
Li rei se peine del haster, 620 Mes n'i put unc si tost venir, Pur rien [ne] put le cerf choisir.
He gave them the slip then drove off as they questioned a witness at a crash scene at Haster in Caithness.
Teetotaller Davie Dunbar celebrates his pounds 3m lotto win with a glass of Coke at his home in Haster near Wick.