[has-lit, heys-, heyz-]
- the heart, liver, etc., of a hog or other animal used for food.
Origin of haslet
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The news of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence Haslet celebrated with "a turtle feast;" and he did more.
Stirling promptly turned out Haslet's and Smallwood's battalions and marched down.
Haslet, gallantly fighting on foot, and also trying to form the broken brigade, fell dead with a bullet wound in his forehead.
A brave stand was made on the summit of the hill by Haslet, Ritzema, and Smallwood, with their troops.
That Smallwood's and Haslet's regiments crossed on the 26th, we have from Smallwood himself.
- a loaf of cooked minced pig's offal, eaten cold
C14: from Old French hastelet piece of spit roasted meat, from haste spit, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German harsta frying pan
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