hearts hearts  /ˈhɑrts/


  • (n) a form of whist in which players avoid winning tricks containing hearts or the queen of spades


  • Solving problems like this will require changes in government policy, but it will also require a change in hearts and a change in minds.


  1. Hearts fails to pay wages, under transfer embargo

    GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Hearts has been placed under a transfer embargo after the cash-strapped Scottish Premier League club failed to pay some players their wages on time.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Daily Jeffersonian

  2. Soccer-Hard-up Hearts punished for failing to pay players

    LONDON, June 14 (Reuters) - Hearts, facing a battle for financial survival, have failed to pay their players on time and have been banned from making new signings, the Scottish Premier League (SPL) said on Friday. The Edinburgh club invited offers for all their players on Thursday, saying they urgently needed funds to keep going over the off-season when there was no matchday income. Hearts, who ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

  3. Hearts plunges back into financial problems

    EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) -- Scottish club Hearts has plunged back into financial problems and will consider offers for its best players to ensure bills and wages are paid.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Daily Jeffersonian

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  1. "Our hearts go out to the people of Burma. We want to help them deal with this terrible disaster. At the same time, of course, we want them to live in a free society," Bush said at the White House ceremony.
    on May 6, 2008 By: President Bush Source: AFP

  2. At that point, Janet stated "To you, Michael is an icon. To us, Michael is family and he will forever live in our hearts. On behalf of my family and myself thank you for your love and support. We miss him so much. Thank you so much."
    on Jun 27, 2010 By: Michael Jackson Source: Examiner.com

  3. "Our hearts go out to Annie Le's family, fiancé and friends, who must suffer the additional ordeal of waiting for the body to be identified," wrote Richard C. Levin, the Yale president.
    on Sep 14, 2009 By: Richard Levin Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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