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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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When your injection molding process comes down with some puzzling ailment and starts making bad parts, what are you going to do?
He said planning school calendars comes down to recognizing when a majority of people will observe a holiday and won't be in school.
When it comes down to us black folks and our knowledge of this business, which has been around for a hundred years, the majority of us are clueless, [yet] we are some of the biggest consumers.
It comes down to the belief that a company serving the needs of the people, the community and the environment is guaranteed long-lasting success.
What if Tuesday's USC-Oklahoma national champion game is as tightly contested as expected and it all comes down to a last-second field goal by Oklahoma true freshman Garrett Hartley?
The simple answer to that is when it comes down to improving your credit, it comes down to paying your bills on time,'' said Jim Tehan, spokesman for Myvesta.
This city has never been about neighborhoods, and it should be no surprise to anyone that residents mistrust every and any plan that comes down from City Hall.
When it comes down to it, gangs are not just a police problem, they are everybody's problem.
It can last into early May if a rogue (weather) system comes down.
Not on the surface, but I'm getting palpitations and I'm breaking out and my shrink tells me it all comes down to this.
But when it comes down to it, we know there's a third-place game you have to play.
In good rivalry games like this it often comes down to who scores first, and they did this time.