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The rubbish includes toy soldiers, dominos, toothbrushes and hard hats, along with the ubiquitous bags and bottles.
Beneath downtown Phoenix, an underground air-conditioning network About two dozen feet beneath the Phoenix Convention Center is a small office, staffed around the clock and outfitted with computer monitors, hard hats and safety goggles.
The disparities play out in daily indignities, both personal and professional: dismissive comments, advice ignored, emails routed to male colleagues, assignments to plan the office party rather than put on a hard hat and tromp out to the site.
Just a kid from Chicago who started with nothing and continues to show up to work with his hard hat each day.
For Thunderbird’s rage cage, customers will be outfitted in hard hats, protective goggles, gloves, and coveralls.
Surveillance footage shows the man wearing a hard hat and orange work vest over a navy coverall jumpsuit, a gray hoodie, and Timberland-style work boots.
Calling on hard hats to beat up gun-protesting high-schoolers?
In one image from 2016, the men are wearing hard hats on the construction site of Atlético Madrid’s new stadium.
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Definition of hard hat for English Language Learners
: a hat that is worn by workers at a building site to protect their heads from falling objects
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