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hay

dried green grass (meadow hay) or cereal crop (wheat, oats or barley hay) or legume crop (lucerne, alfalfa) used as feed for housed animals in the winter time and for supplementary feeding of pastured animals when there is need.

hay itch
see glycyphagusdestructor.
hay net
a wide-mesh string net to be filled, and hung in a loose box, to provide day-long nibbling for a confined horse.
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vanished away, and I sate straddling upon a bottle of hay.
It was about nine o'clock when he crossed the Hay Market.
Hays Companies strong, steady growth and our expanding national footprint is a real tribute to the talent of our people," says Jim Hays, CEO of Hays Companies.
Hays continually questions the scope and purpose behind the accepted readings of bravery, celebrity, and wounding so central to Hemingway's canon.
While it is still early days, employers do expect to see an increase in overall hiring activity as a result of Abenomics," says Jonathan Sampson, Regional Director of Hays in Japan.
Hays's Osaka office, which has been operating for five years, is seeing high demand in the IT, Sales & Marketing, Life Science, Human Resources, Accountancy & Finance, Office Professionals, Legal, Supply Chain, Manufacturing & Operation and Property sectors, according to Japan-based Hays Operations Director for Asia, Christine Wright.
Following these transfers, Hays plc holds 74,914,082 Ordinary shares in Treasury.
Complementing its existing strategic partnership to provide recruitment services outside of ICM's core scope, as a Corporate Partner Hays will offer members additional priority services.
Hays Travel will keep on all of Ripon Travel's staff as well as keeping open the branch in Knaresborough.
Early on June 1, in rural Galveston County, Texas, Hays, a veteran of the Korean War, and his wife of 39 years, Sharon, were among a number of guests relaxing in the game room of a private club.
Their children and their spouses are Harland Hays of Hawaii; Larry and Betsy Hays and David Hays of Douglas, Alaska; Vicki and Randy Goetz of Snohomish, Wash.
There is always some risk of nitrate poisoning, however, if cereal grain hays are harvested after a spurt of growth following a drought period.