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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Two by Dove, scheduled for telecast on Dance in America (PBS) in March, comes right on the heels of Garth Fagan's Griot New York.
That time, a contemporary one, comes right to the surface of the video.
The metal core comes right to the edge of the tip, which is about 2 microns in diameter.
While Fluor's management is absolutely committed to safety, when it comes right down to it, it's people that make the difference," said Steve Gilbert, senior vice president of Human Resources and Administration.
What I worry about is the suit that comes right out of the box,'' Scalia said.
The horse hasn't had a lot of luck so far, so let us hope it comes right for him next Saturday," he added.
After the term of the trust is over, the trustee (most likely you would be the trustee) would lease the residence to you at a fair rental, providing more tax savings, because each dollar of rent comes right out of your taxable estate.
We like that virtually all of the functionality our clients want comes right out of the box with CMS400.
Comic relief - and assorted poop and flatulence jokes - comes right on cue from a pelican and a pair of horse flies named Buzz and Scuzz.
Wahlstrom added, "When it comes right down to it, the ultimate benefits of the BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota are to provide clarity to help our research institutions to target research, our legislators to target investments and policy needs, our educators to develop curriculum, our investment community to grow their confidence in Minnesota's business development capability, and our businesses to grow and create jobs for the citizens of the state.
And the bright yellow beverage that's just as popular here comes right out of the can.
Support for laser scanning-based work processes and Bentley CloudWorx comes right from top management, and can be traced back to 2003.