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hi hat

n.
Variant of high hat..
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For anyone who hasn't heard, the sign on the door at Hi Hat Resale shop in Geneva sums it up.
Accompany the bier with another German tradition, the brezel, from top dough-maker's in Central Texas such as Easy Tiger, Hi Hat Public House, Frank, and Scholz Garten.
Lars Ulrich hits the skins of his drums like a well oiled-machine going from the hi hat, snare, crash cymbal, etc.
At a chili-making contest, Tampa attorney Andy Spicola made a commitment: He would wake up the following morning, journey with me to Hi Hat Ranch in Sarasota, and, without any prior training, complete the Tough Mudder-a 12-mile obstacle course/mud run.
Those are just a few of our favorite things about Hi Hat Ranch."
* The Famous Flames - Black Limo * The Famous Flames - Hi Hat The Famous Flames - Rip This Joint * The Rolling Stones guitarist at work on a painting * The Stones On Stage - Got Me Rockin' by Ronnie Wood will be on display at the Castle Gallery in Cardiff
Fluhr, Dean Zupancic; visual effects supervisor, Dan Schrecker; visual effects, Look Effects; choreographers, Jamal Sims, Nadine "Hi Hat" Ruffin, Dave Scott, Richmond Talauega, Anthony Talauega; stunt coordinator, George Aguilar; assistant director, Jeffrey T.
Set up in 2004 for private rehearsals, the Hi Hat Studio soon found itself jamming with local and visiting bands.
First, I feel I should make mention of Dave, whose innovative methods (at times he used two sticks in one hand on the hi hat) and impeccable funk feel had me reaching for the neck brace.