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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
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Sonam comes across as warm, friendly and sentimental person.
Price has a platform to write about innovations he witnessed and personalities that he worked with--including the computer giant Seymour Cray--but the book too frequently comes across as a mishmash of reminiscences and general business observations, loosely joined at the hip.
Indeed, one comes across all sorts of assemblies in the show: from a documentary film by Pierre Lemonnier and Pascale Bonnemere on the way in which democracy and its elections are transported by helicopter to the Ankave people of Papua, New Guinea, to a section devoted to the famous fresco by Lorenzetti in Siena, Il Buono e il Cattivo Governo (Bad and Good Government), 1338-39, by way of models of English and Athenian parliaments, and via Hobbes's Leviathan, not to mention Peter Sloterdijk's stunning Instant Democracy: Pneumatic Parliament, 2005, an inflatable assembly that can be parachuted into the desert and ready to use in zones experiencing a crisis of democracy.
Occasionally, as in Morris West's The Shoes of the Fisherman, a cinematic pope (played by Anthony Quinn) comes across as a deeply moral and spiritual leader who challenges his church and world to reform.
The author's training as a life coach and motivational speaker comes across in his informal, matter-of-fact tone.
Shaw's tale is the historical perspective that comes across with depth whether Margaret struggles with the nightmare of Ireland or the new optimistic beginnings in Troy.
I like the way Jack Ryan comes across as a no nonsense President who tells it as it is in no uncertain terms.
When Burr (himself a firebrand, who comes across here very poorly, as an unprincipled, unappealing man) got wind of Hamilton's comments, he challenged him to a duel.
While the documentation is extensive, including contemporary correspondence, materials from the archives of the ministry of foreign affairs, reports of negotiations, memoirs, contemporary historical accounts, among others, and well-correlated in the notational apparatus, Sancy still comes across as a bit of an arriviste, rather than the ideological purist devoted to the crown Schrenck would have us believe Sancy to be.
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.
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.