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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Maureen Williams sends pounds 60 'with memories of Christmases past with all our loved ones' and pounds 50 comes from Mr Bowles 'in memory of my beloved wife Jessica and parents'.
A gift of pounds 30 comes with the message 'Stephanie, missing you, love mummy, brother Jack and sister Isabel' and another pounds 30 comes from Mrs A.
A DONATION of pounds 20 comes from Margaret, Don and families 'with loving memories of a dear dad and grandad, Ernie Hill, October 18, 1981' and another pounds 20 comes from Cliff, Jenny and Ritchie 'in memory of Ann Bowen, a loving wife and mother'.
A gift of pounds 15 comes from Jean and George 'in memory of our mum and dads, gone but not forgotten'.
A DONATION of pounds 20 comes from Marion 'in loving memory of my dearest husband, Allan, October 17' and another pounds 20 comes 'with birthday memories of a dear mum and nan, Martha Hill, October 9, from Margaret, Don and families'.
Neuberg sends pounds 10 'in loving memory of Florence Bott, October 11, and William Bott, October 16' and a further pounds 10 comes from Mrs Light 'in loving memory of my Jim, October 13, 1978, still missed by all the family'.
A donation of pounds 10 comes with treasured memories of my dear husband and my mother and all our family loved ones from Rose, Yvonne, Dennis and families and another pounds 10 comes from Ron and Gwen Williams in lieu of flowers and in memory of lifetime friend Bert Ashmore, April 5, 2001.
pounds 5 DONATION A GIFT of pounds 5 comes from Val Coleman 'in memory of my father Ted Huband, February 25, 1968, and also my stepfather Bill Doffin, March 30, 1983.
A DONATION of pounds 20 comes from Stan and Pat Jackson and family 'in memory of our two mothers on Mother's Day, both so sadly missed' and another pounds 20 comes from Mrs M.
pounds 10 also comes from Renee, Fred and Ken 'with birthday memories of dad, Arthur Bird on his 100th birthday.
One comes from Betty Dukes 'in memory of my mom, brother and dad' and the other pounds 30 comes 'in loving memory of my husband Donald Alfred Fountain, January 19, 1984.
One comes from Mr & Mrs McCluskey and says 'you would have been 21 years old now but we only had you for two weeks.