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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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He said: "I was told when this leaflet was brought out I would know what houses were coming down, but it seems I'm no further on.
They said he been heard shouting at police negotiators: ``I'm not coming down.
Beitz envisions the day when the shells of eggs coming down a conveyor belt might be drilled open, injected with the enzyme (and perhaps with a pretreating enzyme) and resealed.
If the inflation number keep coming down, there is a better chance of interest rates coming down than going up," Parekh told reporters here last evening.
James Murphy, who has lived in White Oak for 14 years, said he remembers about 10 cars coming down the embankment, some landing on the town house road and some at the base of the freeway.
THE PRICES of several Mitsubishi models are coming down yet again.
He said: "The figures have been coming down in June and the Government intends to make sure they keep coming down.
There are plenty of berries and lots of holly and I saw a young deer coming down from the hills, a sure sign of a bleak winter ahead", he said.
While these existing regulatory compliance burdens are easing, what would the real estate industry be without a few more regulations coming down the pike?
He adds that, "The reality of the polls - the |what'll look good' factor of the responses - has recently hit, and prices are coming down.
March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the last original Elias Brothers Big Boy neon signs is coming down in Lansing today.
New Delhi, Mar 16 (ANI): Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said that inflationary pressure on food items has started coming down.