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Horse Alternative Therapeutic Services

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Hilton Amateur Theatrical Society

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High Assurance Transformation System

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Health Action Theatre for Seniors

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High Achieving Talented Students

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Huntsville Association of Technical Societies

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High Achieving Talented Student

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Helping Adolescents To Succeed

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History Arts Tours And Shopping

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Highlands Against Tobacco and Smoking

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Host Access Transformation Services

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Host Access Transformation Service

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Highly Adaptable and Trustworthy Software

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Head and Torso Simulator

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Hat

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Tessenei, Ethiopia

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Helicopter Advanced Tactical System

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Helicopter Automatic Targeting System

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What does HATS mean?

Hats
Hats is the second album from Glaswegian adult alternative/pop group The Blue Nile, released on 16 October 1989 on Linn Records in the UK and on A&M Records in the US. Lush and evocative, this album is considered by many music critics as the band's most enduring work, and one of the best pop albums released in the 1980s. After a prolonged delay in which an entire album's worth of work was scrapped, The Blue Nile released Hats to rave reviews, including a rare five-star rating from Q magazine. In 2000, the same magazine placed it at number 92 in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever. In 2006, Q Magazine placed the album at #38 in its list of "40 Best Albums of the '80s". Hats is also The Blue Nile's most successful album, reaching #12 on the UK album charts, and spawning three singles: "The Downtown Lights", "Headlights on the Parade", and "Saturday Night". Rickie Lee Jones, a fan of the band, personally selected The Blue Nile as her opening act for her US tour in 1990. She would later record a duet with them, a cover of their own "Easter Parade" from A Walk Across the Rooftops, which was featured as a B-side to the single "Headlights on the Parade". "The Downtown Lights" was covered by two artists in 1995: by Annie Lennox on her second solo recording, Medusa; and by Rod Stewart on his album A Spanner in the Works.

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