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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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But every single time I go, I come across more dogs off leads than on and more often that not, these have been quite aggressive especially coming round corners out of sight of their owners.
The coming round will be bigger than the previous ones due to the improvement of the security and political situation in Iraq,' Abdulkarim al-Luhaiebi told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Hilton Dawson, chief executive of BASW, used the awards ceremony to call for social services to be spared in the coming round of spending cuts.
The 17-year-old's skull was fractured with a metal bar and a chair leg before he lost consciousness, coming round minutes later to find his clothes had been taken off.
Coming round from the surgery, a guilt-ridden Carl, who never wanted the baby, tells her she's lost it.
Coming round to Sariska MY IMMEDIATE thought after seeing yesterday's Musidora was that I hadn't just seen the Oaks winner, but after spending some time going through potential rivals to Sariska at Epsom next month, it gradually became clear that there is a serious lack of them.
Hewas punched andwas left lying unconscious for two minutes before coming round when the paramedics arrived.
According to the online office space broker, a growing number of businesses are coming round to the idea that having a furry friend at work can increase productivity while also helping to relax staff.
In fact it's merely a kind of revolving staircase, with the same stair coming round and round as if on a magically mechanized treadmill.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - In a bid to better position local military bases to survive the coming round of closures, Antelope Valley and Kern and Ventura county officials are proposing the Defense Department consolidate a major portion of aerospace research.
We've had a lot of interest and the people who are coming round are members of the public rather than dealers.
30am Most TV pundits seem to be coming round to the idea that Arsenal hold all the cards as regards this year's Premiership.