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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Web-based business are learning that banner ads and neat Web sites aren't enough to gain customer loyalty, but providing customers with a meaningful, enjoyable experience is what keeps users coming back for more.
Plus, the click and drag feature allows them to establish stronger relationships with their customers and keep them coming back.
I'd be willing to bet on him coming back,'' Jobe said.
By combining daily news with the financial decision making tools they get from QFN, we help them to maximize the investment of their time, and that keeps them coming back.
A wine for which customers will keep coming back (90) Butternut Chardonnay 2011 (California).
Patrick Sheridan, 59, managing director, said: "I do not know a tremendous amount about football but what I do know is it is big Sam coming back, Nolan is coming back - there is going to be plenty of needle.
Alicia Keys' upcoming Dubai concert on November 15 just got bigger - because she's not the only one coming back to the UAE.
Cebr chief executive Douglas McWilliams said: "City remuneration levels are coming back into the real world.
But he has kept a pad in London and has vowed to keep coming back to his home country.
But he has kept a house in London and has vowed to keep coming back to his home country.
Summary: The Muppets are coming back to the big screen, more than ten years after their last movie.
The soap that defined the eighties is coming back, and so is JR.