AHEM


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AHEM

Abbreviation for:
acute haemorrhagic encephalomyelitis (see there)
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Now the heartthrob is making enquiries about taking Taylor Swift on a romantic getaway on a private cruise ship - previously used by, ahem, the Queen.
After all, our boys Scotland, ahem, I mean Great Britain, find themselves in a roundrobin group with the hosts Russia and world champions Sweden, plus the Germans.
Listening to songs such as "Last Call'' and, ahem, "That's What She Said,'' it's clear that this band has an ability to attack a song with ferocity without losing a sense of fun.
HAJJA, March 25- Mohammad Al-Doaiss could hardly believe that the war between tribesmen in Hajja and Houthis had stopped earlier this month, and hastily returned to his village in Ahem district to learn of his losses and the damage done to his house.
IF Tulisa keeps straining like this when she's singing she's going to make herself a little, ahem, horse.
Gordon swaps Glasgow for Essex as he gets sett - ahem - to oversee the antics of a family of badgers living in the subS urbs.
Irish premier Bertie Ahem has promised to put new laws in place by the summer to tackle the "easy availability" of alcohol in retail outlets, which he blames for a shocking rise alcohol-related violence.
Attorneys involved in this sale were: Allan Cramer of Cramer & Ahem, Westport, for the buyer; and David Erdos, Stamford, for the seller.
The relatively straightforward breakup reminiscence "Littlest Things" softens her up just enough, but she's at her best when facing down anyone who gets in her way, be they social phonies ("Friend of Mine"), mean-spirited door people ("Friday Night"), or exboyfriends who are, ahem, ill-equipped ("Not Big").
The movie's premise -- dozens of low-rent goons and hit men (some played by actors -- ahem, Ben Affleck -- desperate to revive their indie credibility) descend on a Lake Tahoe hotel to take out a magician-turned-mobster (Jeremy Piven) who's about to squeal on The Boss -- has the makings of a decent mayhem movie.
So when the ICC reveal umpire Darrell Hair has been left off the list for the Champions Trophy in India because of, ahem, 'security reasons' you might have expected Indian authorities to go along with the nudge-nudge wink-wink stuff.
This issue's cover story, an interview with, ahem, me, explores some of those consequences.