And when the aha is reintroduced in parliament, as it inevitably will be, he can soft-pedal.
And in this aha moment, she explains in ways we all can understand what it must feel like to be transgendered.
But when that clinical research does not jibe with aha dogma, it is ignored.
When we think of innovation, we usually picture the lonely genius toiling away until he finally has his “aha!”
“It was an aha moment for me and motivated the research,” Lee said.
When "Massa run, aha," he staid behind, and has forty acres of good corn planted and cultivated by himself for his own benefit.
aha, yaas; and the bon papa and mamma know vere you have come?
"aha, there's one straight from the shoulder for me," he laughed, but his laugh sounded resentful.
aha, thought I, now at last is he going to pester me with his literary efforts.
aha, (-ha)--a braided cord of sinet; an assembly; a prayer or religious service (note a, p. 20).
an exclamation of ridicule (Ps. 35:21; 40:15; 70:3). In Isa. 44:16 it signifies joyful surprise, as also in Job 39:25, R.V.