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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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An analysis of seafloor sediments obtained off Antarctica suggests that the dissolved iron in surface waters that fuels much of the region's biological productivity comes from deeper waters via upwelling currents.
Where it comes from: Most white oak comes from the Naval Weapon Station in Crane, Indiana, where Constitution Grove was established in 1976 specifically to supply wood for Old Ironsides.
A further pounds 10 comes from Pam and George Rose and family 'in lieu of flowers for Nigel Pulcella, a much-loved son of Barbara and Brian and brother to Bryan' and another pounds 10 comes with 'birthday memories of John (Jack) Dowson, February 19.
Environmental Protection Agency study of Ohio demonstrates that nearly 70 percent of mercury collected in rain comes from nearby coal-burning plants.
2 comes from wide receiver Jerry Porter: ``When (Gruden) was here, we didn't win.
06 comes from Rosemary and the residents of St Pauls Court.
Esther comes from a strict upbringing, but now she's a practicing Unitarian and Democrat and dedicated gardener.
A DONATION of pounds 20 comes from Don, Margaret and families 'with loving memories of our dear dad Ernie Hill, October 18, 1981' and another pounds 20 comes 'in memory of Ann Bowen, a loving wife and mother, from Cliff, Jen and Ritchie'.
Director Sommers comes from a background of Disney kid movies (``Huck Finn,'' ``The Jungle Book''), and he encourages animated performances, to say the least.
15 comes from the employees of Newage Transmissions Ltd.
But most of the programming comes from corporate donations.
A pounds 100 gift has been received this week from an anonymous donor and pounds 30 comes from Tony Harris 'with loving memories of my wife Jean, mother to Sarah and Laura and always remembered'.