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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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A source said of his new role: "Justin's glad of the work but it's a comedown for a bloke who was so big on prime TV.
But what a comedown for Britain, a country that built the finest bridges, railway engines for the world and the biggest ships; the finest army, navy and air force without which we would now be a suburb of Germany.
That would mark a disturbing comedown - literally and figuratively - for space exploration, which has seen humans occupying the station continuously for nearly 11 years now, some 60,000 orbits of the Earth.
According to the charity, combining illegal drugs and alcohol can make people aggressive, while the comedown from illegal drugs is harder to deal with when alcohol is factored in, increasing the risk of depression.
The reshuffle means a comedown for Gopinath Munde, who was heading the PAC after the party expelled Jaswant, the first choice for the job.
I actually suggested to Leeds they comedown here and play on Friday evening in an all-or-nothing game that would double as a National Trophy double-header.
It was a bit of a comedown after last weekend's brilliant 4-2 win in Telford where Katie Henry, Olivia Mason, Joe Southall and Sam Owen all scored.
It's a comedown for Rodney when he goes into business with Zak selling scrap, and Kelly feels even more humiliated about their circumstances - even when Rodney dumps her.
This is all quite a comedown for what was long the most sophisticated comic cinema on Earth.
The machine is demanding, exacting a heavy toll on its human software: postrush comedown and midweek veg-out; illness (hot and sweaty, raves are viral incubators); burnout's diminishing returns.
Soon he's rich and attracting the interest of a tycoon - until the comedown kicks in.
Let Go For Tonight is joyfully bombastic, Youth and Echo place you directly into a club on a Friday night before the epileptic ballad of Shaking Heads brings on the comedown.