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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Britain may scale down the G8 event when its turn to host the summit comes round in 2013.
I do watch Corrie sometimes, but my mum absolutely loves it so have to watch it whenever she comes round.
It's the fashion thing: Wait long enough and it all comes round again.
Santa Cameron visits, He comes round once a year, To sneer at the poor and needy, And fill them full of fear.
I hope when the next international break comes round Stevie packs his golf clubs and flies over to Portugal for a couple of days of rest and relaxation.
Durham and Northumberland have no points from their first two matches and, judging by the season's results so far, could be playing to avoid the wooden spoon when the North East derby, the last fixture of the season, comes round at Matfen Hall on August 27.
Jon Aydon, Mr Opperman's agent, said: "The operation went well, but we won't know how well until he comes round and comes out of the ICU.
When the vote comes round for the BBC Sports personality of the year I hope these people that got a few quid off Don't Push It reward this true sportsman with their votes.
We move in and then a fabulous gay guy we know comes round and decorates.
There's an audience for this sort of thing but, unless you're over 40 and still think Dungeons and Dragons is still cool, Autumn will still be a season that, mostly, only comes round once a year.
The song he plays most often is It's a Long Way to Tipperary, but the Lib Dem MP has an admission to make - he only performs it once a year so when the parade comes round again, he has forgotten how it goes.
I hope we will all remember this day when the next Assembly election comes round.