Female Ejaculation

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The expulsion of copious clear fluid by human females from Skene’s (paraurethral) ducts during or before orgasm.
Constituents of female ejaculate Researchers isolated the fluid and found that in contrast to urine, it has higher levels of PAP, PSA and glucose and lower levels of creatinine. That the female ejaculate contains PSA and PAP means that these can no longer be regarded as reliable markers of rape
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As Wolfgang Clemen noted long ago, the young Shakespeare used imagery for decorative purposes, which, as in Henry VI, could make them seem "superfluous, mere 'padding'.
Tom Ferrel, Chance Sullivan, Kevin Waldrop, Layne Clemen and Steven Savich have become Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professionals at Systems West.
Meanwhile, two militant teenage kidnappers who were involved in last month's ten-day abduction of broadcast journalists and their escorting professor were nabbed in Sulu last Friday, Colonel Eugenio Clemen, commander of the 3rd Marine Brigade, said yesterday.
But he is understood to have returned to his home in Clemen stone, near Cow Bridge, in time to have spent Christmas with his family.
Such an effort will be subject to the anchoring effect, described by robert clemen and Terence reilly as the tendency to use the status quo as the baseline for planning decisions, often reverting to this point rather than pursuing opportunities perceived as radical departures fromestablished practice.
Clemen (1996), Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, Duke University, provided the following summary of the objectives of decision analysis and outlined the decision analysis process as shown in Figure 1:
2) Clemen Hellerud, 53, of Valencia sits back as physician assistant Michael Gales of Saugus examines her at the Samuel Dixon Family Health Center in Canyon Country recently.
Yet that sense of self has at all times been contested by various interest groups: governments -- national, provincial or local; private interest groups (for example, Heimatschutz and Werkbund); and individuals (such as Paul Clemen and Bruno Taut).
Clemen 183); the ambiguity is systematic, shaping the poem.
Clemen Greenberg, "Contemporary Sculpture," The Collected Essays and Criticism: Modernism with a Vengeance, 1957-1969, ed.