The stave was still there, and on it Starkey had hung his hat
, a deep tarpaulin, watertight, with a broad brim.
Afterwards Jim said the witches be- witched him and put him in a trance, and rode him all over the State, and then set him under the trees again, and hung his hat
on a limb to show who done it.
He reached the office, hung his hat
on its accustomed peg, laid the letter and key upon the desk, and waited impatiently until Ralph Nickleby should appear.
And he hung his hat
up on Bruno, who was standing in the middle of the room, too much astonished by the sudden change of scene to make any attempt at removing it, though it came down to his shoulders, making him look something like a small candle with a large extinguisher over it.
He hung his hat
on a peg and flung himself into his seat with busi- ness-like alacrity.
Fox hung his hat
away from the limelight that followed.
From there on he crisscrossed two huge countries, a nomad who made home wherever he hung his hat
But the triptych Vortex Painting, 2004, is the fairest of them all: The flora-and-fauna fabric strip on the left and the contrapposto female form on the right recall the capricious stylistic combinations and masterly, if coldly blase, technical gifts on which Salle first hung his hat
Ranieri has hung his hat
on the England midfielder providing the enterprise and style to drive on his foreign legion of big-money stars.
RESHAPERS Nesbitt Burns recently made room for lawyer Barry Goldberg who previously hung his hat
at Heenan Blaikie and Osler Hoskin & Harcourt where he honed his expertise in restructurings.