Ahem in a Speech

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Ahem in a speech

which means making it shorter or longer or pausing. Or in a dress a hem is essential and necessary because it allows for change in length, either shorter or longer. Longer means you love it and have and have grown. Shorter means it has probably been passed down and you are not tall enough.


  

2 thoughts on “Ahem in a Speech”

  1. DOLORES COLLINS

    Would you please create an art piece depicting social injustice in America in 2020? THANKS, JANET
    LOVE YOUR ART!!

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