hash head


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n hash head a user of hashish
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In literature:

"The Virginia Housewife" by Mary Randolph
The "Hash-Knife outfit," which had owned a hundred thousand head, lost seventy-five thousand.
"Roosevelt in the Bad Lands" by Hermann Hagedorn
Some cooks egg, bread-crumb, and fry the finest pieces of the head, and lay them round the hash.
"The Cook's Oracle; and Housekeeper's Manual" by William Kitchiner
Then broil it, pour the hash into the dish; let the half head lie in the middle, and cut and set off the brains afterwards in slices.
"The Lady's Own Cookery Book, and New Dinner-Table Directory;" by Charlotte Campbell Bury

In poetry:

One summer eve, at supper-time, the gentle GILBERT said
(As he helped his pretty ANNIE to a slice of collared head),
"This reminds me I must settle on the next ensuing day
The hash of that unmitigated villain PETER GRAY."
"Annie Protheroe. A Legend of Stratford-le-Bow" by William Schwenck Gilbert

In news:

Boar's head pastrami in the corned beef hash, fried oysters gilding the eggs benedict -- and given the attention of a kitchen that's likely capable of more.

In science:

Hashing by destination (similar to the per flow hashing used by Stochastic Fair Queueing), provides the ability to trade off the number of queues required against the possibility of “head of line” blocking.
DIP: Disruption-Tolerance for IP