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come

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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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An impressive winner at this level in the middle of last month, she is more than capable of calling the shots if coming away on terms.
He has helped me prepare for the social side of things when I've been coming away too.
Full story Hudson make amends supporters P42,43 you are coming away with either a draw or noth-"That is the shift we need to make, and hopefully if we can go into the New Year and make that shift, then we still have a fantastic chance of making the play-offs.
In the B division Marlboro secured their second win of the season beating Pontprennau 4-1 and St Albans proved too strong for Lisvane Black coming away with a 6-1 victory.
Bannan - speaking at the Dark Blues' Mar Hall base ahead of Saturday's Ibrox clash with the Georgians - said: "You've got to look at guys like Alan Hutton; in the past he wasn't playing for his club and was coming away and playing really well (for Scotland).
A number of people were seen going into and coming away from the toilets before the fire and police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
Summary: Hundreds of Filipinos in Dubai and in the Northern Emirates celebrated their 115th Philippine Independence Day by showcasing Filipino traditional costumes, cultural dances and popular singers - with many also coming away from the day with a new job.
Coming away with a point is still better than coming away with nothing.
Few give the Canaries much hope of coming away from Etihad Stadium with anything other than a sound beating from the on-song Blues, who secured a place in the Carling Cup semi-finals with a 1-0 win at Arsenal in midweek.
Summary: 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.
Once they move on to the next dealer's door there's no going back, meaning only nerves of steel or brains of mush stand a chance at beating the odds and coming away with a decent amount.
Most clubs were able to resume action after the cold spell and Collegiate were amongst the winners in South Lancashire/Cheshire One, coming away 20-0 to the good from Tyldesley.