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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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he met in the him from with any By coming forward, the victim has helped others from potentially being harmed Det Sgt Robert Pullan
The Millers believe the victim is coming forward out of spite.
But, you know, women should always feel comfortable coming forward.
After the hearing, Det Insp Jacky Fitzpatrick said: "Brown's victim has shown an immense amount of bravery coming forward.
The fact people are coming forward gives me more drive and determination to create better safeguarding for children.
By coming forward and putting myself out there I can "Personally perhaps had the Lelo Hex been around my story would be different.
The victims have shown huge courage in coming forward to report these offences and we would like to extend our thanks to the team at the SWEET (Sex Worker Empowerment, Education and Training) project who have supported these women throughout this very difficult time.
According to police, who have now released details of the incidents as part of a Gazette investigation, the increase is down to victims of historic attacks coming forward.
We are also seeing more victims coming forward to report abuse, knowing we will take their allegations seriously and treat them sensitively and respectfully.
THE number of people coming forward with allegations about historic child abuse is set to reach "many tens of thousands", an MP has warned.
HMRC campaigns launched so far have produced more than Au553 million by people coming forward voluntarily to pay the tax they owe.
These pathetic punishments have put victims off coming forward and leave no deterrent for would-be offenders.