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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Reduce heat to very low; cover partially and simmer, turning chicken occasionally until it is very tender and comes away easily from bone, about 30 minutes.
The participant receives experience on an actual router -- not a simulation, and comes away with practical diagnostic skills.
Dead leaves from plants that grow from bulbs and corms should be taken up with a gentle but quick jerk so the top comes away cleanly, leaving the bulb undisturbed in the ground.
And like quiz shows of yore, Frankenfeld admits that this one is &uot;fixed,&uot; so that everyone who participates gets at least one question right, and thus comes away with a minimum of $12.
A student uses a fake $20 bill to buy a candy bar and comes away with $19 that are clean.
0 in it, the student who didn't take the extra class comes away with a higher GPA.
Each brings what they do best to the table, and each comes away with a capability unique to their requirements, yet neither could have achieved the end results on its own.
After spending just a few minutes with Mobley, one comes away with the impression that he is a respectful individual with strong values.
Anyone who comes in contact with her - police, reporters, residents - comes away disoriented and awash in feelings of sympathy, empathy and pity.
Everyone comes away with a new appreciation for the lands from which their classmates hail.
If he comes away from this, goes on national TV and urges all men beyond 40 to have an annual prostate exam, countless thousands would do it.