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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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At length he confessed that he failed to conquer his growing dependence on alcohol and he drifted away from Zen beliefs he saw as coming to nothing.
But Byfield and his team-mates were growing increasingly concerned - especially when all their hard work was coming to nothing.
An enormous spell of Sunderland pressure from the beginning of the second half looked like coming to nothing as chances went begging, with Jansen and Damien Duff threatening to steal the show on their forays up the other end.
All structural reform efforts by the industry are coming to nothing due to a flood of imports,'' he said.
Sevilla pushed hard for the goal that would save them but it looked like coming to nothing until they won a throw-in near the corner flag with the five minutes of added time almost up.
The home side started with purpose and in the sixth minute Forster made a good save from Stefano Denswil's 25-yard free-kick, after Kris Commons had fouled Daley Blind, with the corner coming to nothing.
The evolution of the Magic Lantern Cinema into a sustainable arts centre with 3D digital projection is a dream, and the thought of this and all our efforts coming to nothing was like being featured in our very own horror movie.
It fell into disrepair in recent years with several redevelopment plans coming to nothing.
All your efforts on the work front seem to be coming to nothing Aries but maybe they are simply being slowed down to allow you some time to think about what you really want?
In the past, a series of ideas were put forward on what to do with the dilapidated hotel, all of them coming to nothing.