(interj.) An exclamation to call one's attention; hem.
(1) It's easy to have a tongue in (ahem) cheek approach to looking at this needlework, but the fascinated and often aggressive reactions to Cole's choice say a lot about contemporary society, celebrity and ideas of femininity.
(2) 8.17pm GMT About the day that Tavon Austin is having Ahem.
(3) Updated at 9.03am BST 8.47am BST The euro crisis in (bad) pictures On a lighter note...there's a bit of interest on Twitter this morning about a photo gallery created by Germany's Spiegel last week of some of the worst images used by (ahem) the media to illustrate the eurozone crisis.
(4) Full disclosure (ahem): Vrulja Cove is also a haven for toplessness, and sometimes bottomlessness.
(5) By midday Thursday, the #FirstTweet hashtag was showcasing the (ahem) skeptical , mundane or apparently completely accidental first messages of thousands.
(6) I’ve got the German commentary (ahem) whilst watching tonight,” intones Dan Dane.
(7) And amazingly, unlike so many of my peers, I hadn't been seduced into PR or (ahem) banking.
(8) Aha, ahem, said the director of research, Professor Luis Garicano.
(9) Here are five that couldn’t possibly ... ahem ... go wrong.
(10) The, ahem, Jester from Leicester (it's no Sheriff of Pottingham) did pretty well to get out of last night's second session with a three-frame deficit and keep himself well in this match, but O'Sullivan is looking pretty close to his brilliant best.
(11) The recession is E.ON's stated reason for, ahem, pulling the plug on its electric ambitions.
(12) 3 Putin's recent facelift has not been a success Speculation started last year that Putin had had some – ahem – work done in preparation for his return to the presidency .
(13) And stay for the kicker: Reports that congressmen have been drinking during these, ahem, "deliberations" have gotten a lot of criticism and a lot of attention.
(14) The official apologised, adding: "Carry on, madam ... Ahem, sir."
(15) Does the BBC really want to break all that up just to pay more to the (ahem) national treasure that is Chris Moyles?
(16) 2.17am BST Tigers 0 - Red Sox 0, bottom of the 3rd Xander Ha- ahem Xander Bogaerts starts of the inning for the Sox.
(17) But the series follows the plan laid out by the Bible pretty – ahem – religiously, with the second coming of Christ giving those left behind one last chance to get their act together before the final showdown between God and the devil.
(18) 3.32am GMT Florida State 10-21 Auburn, 15:00 3rd quarter And the start of the, ahem, "third half".
(19) Of course you and I and most of those convicted of non-violent offences could have been tagged from day one, but our judges, politicians, the Crown Prosecution Service and, ahem, our tabloid editors have an almost religious belief that throwing as many people into prison as possible is good for Britain.
(20) She developed her craft on the spoken-word scene, determinedly converting new fans and taking festival tents by, ahem, storm.
(interj.) An onomatopoetic word used as an expression of hesitation, doubt, etc. It is often a sort of voluntary half cough, loud or subdued, and would perhaps be better expressed by hm.
(n.) An utterance or sound of the voice, hem or hm, often indicative of hesitation or doubt, sometimes used to call attention.
(v. i.) To make the sound expressed by the word hem; hence, to hesitate in speaking.
(n.) The edge or border of a garment or cloth, doubled over and sewed, to strengthen raveling.
(n.) Border; edge; margin.
(n.) A border made on sheet-metal ware by doubling over the edge of the sheet, to stiffen it and remove the sharp edge.
(v. t.) To form a hem or border to; to fold and sew down the edge of.
(v. t.) To border; to edge
(1) PRA and ANG II increased by 4 min after each hem, and although the difference was small the early PRA and ANG II responses were greater after H2.
(2) Because of significant differences of blood-pressure measurements compared to the Riva-Rocci method, the digital measurement with the HEM-812F device (Omron) can not be generally recommended.
(3) Cape Town was conceived with a white-only centre, surrounded by contained settlements for the black and coloured labour forces to the east, each hemmed in by highways and rail lines, rivers and valleys, and separated from the affluent white suburbs by protective buffer zones of scrubland,” he says.
(4) His goal came at a crucial moment , immediately after the Bruins had the Habs hemmed in their own end.
(5) In the streets that hem in the old stadium, he would have been offered plenty of alternatives.
(6) Except for a greater maximum TGF response in HEM, the normalized TGF responses were similar in all three groups, as was the regulation of distal fluid delivery.
(7) The magnetic axes are oriented so that the z axis is tipped approximately 15 degrees from the heme normal toward the hem delta-meso-H and coincides approximately with the characterized FeCO tilt axis in the isostructural MbCO complex [Kuriyan, J., Wilz, S., Karplus, M., & Petsko, G. A.
(8) The 420-pupil school – the numbers have almost doubled in two years, and an extra reception class is being added – is hemmed in by one of the most densely built up parts of south London , with one of the most diverse populations and some of the worst pockets of deprivation in the country.
(9) Even if you can't make a whole dress, little jazzy touches will make the blandest of clothing a billion times better: sewing on snazzy buttons, for example, or putting on some piping, or not going around in dresses covered in moth holes and decked with trailing hems, as some of us do because we never learned to bloody sew.
(10) The effect on the levels of microsomal cytochrome B5 and P450 as well as on that of hem was investigated.
(11) Hemming, who used parliamentary privilege to avoid the legal ban on reporting the use of superinjunctions, asked: "Will the government have a debate or a statement on freedom of speech and whether there's one rule for the rich like Fred Goodwin and one rule for the poor?"
(12) Data from the freeze-dissection (133Xe) analysis revealed that the percentage distribution of blood flow as renal outer cortical (OC) blood flow was less (26%) in the HEM group than in the LABI group (50%), this latter value being very similar to that of control dogs that experienced no hypotension (49%).
(13) Twenty-three MCABs, 20 of which reacted in an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) with HEM membrane, 2 with human thyroid membrane, and 1 nonreactive negative control, were selected for the study.
(15) This location is distinct from the other known hem loci in E. coli K12.
(16) Tillerson’s counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, tweeted back a jab about the shadow of the Russia investigations hanging over the Trump presidency: “For their own sake, US officials should worry more about saving their own regime than changing Iran’s, where 75% of people just voted.” There is growing concern among US allies in Europe that the Trump administration has struck a posture towards Iran before deciding on a strategy for addressing its influence in the region, and anxiety that such posturing could become louder and more dangerous as Trump feels hemmed in by investigations into his campaign’s Russia links.
(17) A freeze-dried, formalized-erythrocytes-bound VZV antigen for indirect haemagglutination, VZV-HEM, was prepared.
(18) Bill Hemmings, programme manager for international transport at the Transport and Environment pressure group, said: "Opponents of the inclusion of international flights in the EU ETS have always said that a global solution under ICAO is the way to go.
(19) Hemodynamic responses to the hems were not different.
(20) The resolution of the latter method was found to be approximately 10 times more sensitive than that of the former (Hemmings & Williams, 1976); thus rendering the site of labelled protein easier to locate.