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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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If an object is nearby, the sound comes back quickly.
Most heart attacks involve discomfort in the center of the chest that lasts for more than a few minutes, or that goes away and comes back.
The worst-case scenario would be for the whole system to shut down, and when it comes back up, everything has been erased - because today, so much file-keeping is done on servers.
TOTTENHAM boss Martin Jol has warned Mido he risks missing out on a permanent deal if he comes back from the African Nations Cup out of shape or out of form.
Not only because he has faced all these adversities, these opponents, these obstacles, but when he has a defeat, he always comes back and rises to the occasion.
Reggie Newcombe, aged 75, also of Margate said: 'I would buy Ronnie a drink if he ever comes back here.
In "Lost Ones," she raps: "Now don't you understand man universal law/What you throw out comes back to you, star/Never underestimate those who you scar/Cause karma, karma, karma comes back to you hard/You can't hold God's people back that long/The chain of Shatan wasn't made that strong/Trying to pretend like your word is your bond/But until you do right, all you do will go wrong.
In an example of punter's logic, Malone knows if Leinart comes back, his opportunities for punting probably will be fewer than average.
Zuk comes back to New England from Colorado, where he recently served as Vice President of Global Construction for industry giant Level 3 Communications.
I don't know if the penny comes back if you get the lowest prices from the Internet from XYZ state or country.
A 'cure,' by definition, can mean the infection is gone until it comes back or it is gone and never comes back unless re-infected.
It's also going to help me just in case anything happens to Craig again, after he comes back.