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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Aruna Broota: "Sonam comes across as a little girl.
In movies about Christ (such as King of Kings, Jesus of Nazareth, The Last Temptation of Christ, and The Passion of the Christ), the first apostle is portrayed as a well-meaning but flawed disciple who betrays Jesus in his hour of need, while in gladiator films (like The Robe and Demetrius and the Gladiators, in which Michael Rennie plays Peter twice) the Galilean fisherman comes across as a pious martyr following his savior to the cross.
Jefferson, for instance, comes across as blood-thirsty in his support for revolutionary France, out of touch with America's future, and a vicious slaveholder who fathered a child with Sally Hemings, a Jefferson slave.
You don't need it," says Froberg bluntly There's not a lot of fancy stuff going on with the guitars either, unless playing chords is considered fancy Froberg and Reis don't use effects or pedals, just their fingers and their brains, which comes across sounding a lot more interesting in the end.
He just comes across as really ignorant, He's really aggressive in the way he says
Sir Malcolm wrote, "He comes across as an intensely serious person.
Life is too short to wring your hands over every little issue that comes across your desk.
A lot of upper-income kids see this as a birthright, and when that comes across in an application, it can really rub admissions officials the wrong way," says Bruce Poch, dean of admissions for Pomona College in Claremont, California.
To these ears, the best cuts are those that feature George Shearing on piano, as Torme comes across best in that more subdued and intimate musical setting, and he and
Then it's not this heavy burden of guilt and shame" that results in the all too common liberal "destructive sense of responsibility -- a white man's burden, which comes across as patronizing, which comes across as insincere.
While Cole's intention is not to preach, she comes across as a well-read educator full of mother wit to share with her students.
Find out why that person comes across as negative or paranoid.