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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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If something new comes forward we will investigate it, but that line of inquiry probably at the moment is the conclusion of this inquiry.
We have the champagne on ice and a dozen red roses at hand, as well as our fingers crossed, that the lucky winner comes forward to claim their win.
When industry comes forward with a project under (one of) the five research themes, that will be part of the resources that industry will lever to make their investment go further.
The instruction flagrantly misrepresents Catholic teaching and promotes a false ecumenism by intuiting that any "baptized Christian of another denomination who comes forward for Communion during a Eucharistic celebration is understood to be in a genuine spiritual need and to be requesting the Eucharist on his or her own initiative.
In addition, a state claiming property under the second priority rule may retain the property for itself only until some other jurisdiction comes forward with proof that it has a superior claim under the first priority rule.
The working heel comes forward, aiming for the floor in front of the big toe of the supporting foot as the working foot slides into fifth position without passing through demi-pointe.
Iconography comes forward to comment on narrative: the Griselda story is a battle between mansuetudo and bestialitas.
The owner comes forward with evidence pointing to a residence other than the subject apartment being maintained by the tenant.
It really says a lot about an organization that comes forward with this type and amount of support, and also helps their membership to do likewise.
We have the champagne on ice and our fingers crossed that the lucky winners comes forward to claim their win.
If no one comes forward with the winning ticket before the deadline, the prize money, plus all the interest, will go to The National Lottery Good Causes fund.
If no-one comes forward then the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated, will go to the Good Causes fund - adding to the pounds 26 billion already raised through sales of lottery tickets since the competition launched in November 1994.