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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Waugh revealed illegal approach reports have soared, with only five players coming forward in 2009.
Everyone was saying Bernard should have kept him long and outboxed him but when someone is coming forward like that, it's very hard to keep moving all the time.
I have an obligation to these brave women to honor their courage and fearlessness in coming forward.
My heart goes out to those two beautiful children and their parents and I am so touched to see so many people coming forward to try and help them.
We are coming forward because we need to believe there is fairness in this world.
Fewer people than ever before are coming forward to adopt children in Huddersfield, it emerged.
Lesbians are coming forward, feeling comfortable and excited about creating families, and expecting their doctors to provide the same medical assistance they would provide to a man and a woman," Pizer says.
To deal with this phenomenon, lenders and their advisors are coming forward with new strategies.
The hotline is most often used to augment a company's internal reporting processes, and gives another option to employees who might feel uncomfortable coming forward.
HIIII NEVER backwards about coming forward, it perhaps comes as no great surprise to hear that the Deftones latest single, Hexagram, is loud, very loud.
Hundreds have been detained as a result of coming forward.
Helen Shepherd, communications officer with the National Blood Service, said: "We hope that this new session will mean more people in Hinckley can donate blood, and we'd urge everyone to think about coming forward - your donation really will help to save someone's life.