Here Hassel and Stubberud laid out their line so that it would strike the passage round the house at the south-east angle.
But Hassel did not stop here; he had the building fever on him in earnest.
There, in the south-east corner, stands Hassel's tent, but we shall not see any of his dogs here now.
It was smartly done, I must say -- but Hassel ought to have seen it!
Hassel worked at his whip-lashes down in the petroleum store.
It was one of those folding American vapour-baths that Hassel sat in.
In the hope that some young seals might be seen we moved into Hassel Sound toward the eastern island.
Hassel was great at new inventions; he wore nose-protectors all over him.
Hassel had his own invention, combined with a nose-protector; when spread out it reminded me of the American eagle.
Hanssen drove one sledge alone; Wisting and Hassel the other.
[1920s+, but mainly 1940s+; origin unknown; probably fr hatchel, ''to harass,'' found by 1800, a hatchel being an instrument for beating flax, and related to heckle;perhaps fr hazel, with a variant hassle, the switch used for beatings; hazel oil meant ''a beating'' by 1678]