AHEM


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AHEMAssociation of Hydraulic Equipment Manufacturers
AHEMAnimaniacs Handy Episode Manual (TV series)
AHEMAnimal Health Emergency Management (various locations)
AHEMAdvocates for Home Education in Massachusetts, Inc (Arlington, MA)
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In brief, an actress legendary for her, ahem, difficult behavior is lured back to the stage to star in a new play.
We'd had two pints, a steak sandwich, two Calippos and a couple of - ahem - pay-TV movies.
WEST HAM manager Gianfranco Zola is looking forward to renewing - ahem - friendly rivalries with Millwall in the Carling Cup tomorrow.
A number of teammates claim Shaw took them up on the following bet: If the Raiders lost, Shaw had to grow out his hair, which, ahem, only comes in around the sides and back these days (Shaw shaves his head to avoid the look); if the Raiders won, the rest of the Lakers had to shave the middle of their heads, simulating Shaw's unfortunate male-pattern baldness.
Damon refused to be, ahem, drawn on rumours he's planning a recording studio.
Leona, this year's World's Sexiest Vegetarian - ahem, a title which was held by me last year - refused to negotiate with Harrods boss Mohamed Al Fayed because the famous London store continues to sell fur products.
It provides information on various points of interest - and, ahem, also a comprehensive listing of the Pebble Beach Co.
Despite the, ahem, help of stars like the Spice Girls, Janet Jackson and Leanne Rimes, album sales of his ancient Egyptian epic Aida have barely hit 10,000 - and it spent just one week in the Top 30.
JOSEPH Fiennes has landed himself an, ahem, interesting role in a new pilot for FX.
Clent Bowers makes Nicely-Nicely Johnson a man of, ahem, appetites.
From exposed underwear to exposed nipples - uh, cough Christina Ricci cough, ahem - it was anything goes, all in the name of charity.
Meanwhile, watch out for the, ahem, creative tension between Sharon Osbourne (right and Dannii Minogue.