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ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, FEB. 15, AND THEREAFTER- In a Jan. 2015 photo, Harley Wagenaar, right, works with Julie Bennett, speech-language pathologist at Airport High School in Carleton, Mich. Wagenaar looked her speech teacher in the eye and did something remarkable. She spoke an entire sentence. Her speech was clear and without hesitation. For employees at Airport, Harley’s utterance is nothing short of a miracle. For the last few years, she has not been able to speak. (AP Photo/The Monroe News, Tom Hawley)

ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, FEB. 15, AND THEREAFTER- In a Jan. 2015 photo, Harley Wagenaar, right, works with Julie Bennett, speech-language pathologist at Airport High School in Carleton, Mich. Wagenaar looked her speech teacher in the eye and did something remarkable. She spoke an entire sentence. Her speech was clear and without hesitation. For employees at Airport, Harley’s utterance is nothing short of a miracle. For the last few years, she has not been able to speak. (AP Photo/The Monroe News, Tom Hawley)

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