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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Therefore, Carretto advised, we who await the coming God are to imagine ourselves as a camera that desires to fix inside ourselves what we see and what we don't see in the Gospels, and thereby make a photograph of our own.
Coming home with pride (I'm coming home with pride) Coming home with heads held high Coming home from lands afar Coming home to your loves
Furthermore, it is important for professional counselors to recognize that there are two different types of coming out (Pope, 1995a).
Coming Home sends swatch kits on request so customers can pick colors.
to make his man think he is coming up for the pass.
During my ninth observance of National Coming Out Day, I discovered that coming out can be helpful in vacating the neighboring seat even on a crowded flight.
When it was first published in 1986, Coming to Birth earned Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye the Sinclair Prize in recognition of a novel of social and political significance.
Pros are also coming into what appear to be losing transactions and flipping the deals within weeks - pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Coming acknowledges that progress has not always been smooth and the necessary behavioral changes do not occur overnight, yet the company's record today is much improved.
We are glad business is coming back, and that is primarily the result of great movies in the marketplace.
What is the grace of Christ's second coming for you, your family, your congregation and community?
Tackling such issues as sexual harassment, homophobia, and HIV, Sanchez's novels "also tell universal stories of friendship, love, coming of age, and being true to yourself," he says.