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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Ely Rangers beat Maindy and Whitchurch Rangers Green proved too strong for Thornhill Athletic Orange coming away with a 7-0 win.
I think (Neil Warnock) had just got the job the week I was coming away for the game against Germany.
BEIRUT: The Jordanian national basketball team left it late to kill off Sharjah on the opening day of the UAE Independence Friendly Tournament Thursday, coming away 77-74 winners.
The Crow Trees men, meanwhile, slumped to a niggly 39-17 defeat at resurgent Blackheath, coming away empty-handed just one score short of the try bonus.
However, they will be looking to the likes of Lionel Messi to inspire them towards coming away with the points here today.
2 at Staples Center, with Peter coming away with a controversial split decision.
But to me, that's a small price to pay for coming away from the interview with a complete understanding of the topic.
Cyberchondria is the name for people attempting to diagnose athlete's foot online and coming away convinced they have a nasty case of plague.
I find myself engaging in conversation with strangers whose gardens I admire and often coming away with a handful of seeds to propagate myself: cleome, or cat's whiskers; rudbeckia, or black-eyed Susan; salvia, both red and blue; gallardia, the gorgeous purple daisy-like flowers; clary sage and garden sage; basil and calendula and pot marigold; all sorts of minds and lambsears and poppies and hollyhocks and lemon balm .
Coming away from that meeting, he realized how little long-term care organizations collectively knew about Parkinson's disease and the many ways in which those afflicted could be helped.
He can be tough and he can be tender; agree or not with his conclusions, you can't read his columns without coming away smarter for the effort.
In the B Division, Marlboro White proved too strong for Ty Celyn coming away with a 4-2 win with goals from Sam Baldwin, Matthew Payne, Jack Lake and Matthew Harris.