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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Luke 21:26-27--"People will faint from fear and foreboding of what is coming upon the world, for the powers of the heavens will be shaken.
Coming upon live props can be unnerving, as if you'd discovered the mannequins in a store window were alive.
One termite coming upon spores in its nest pounds out vibrations that send buddies fleeing the danger zone.
Dunn, stated that he felt this to be a whole new level of drug delivery technology that is just now coming upon the horizon.
I envision the next generation coming upon them and saying, "Well, these corner posts are still strong and tight.
With the new year coming upon us, we are prepared to implement the changes we feel will allow Wasatch to grow into a successful company in the coming years.
With minimal effort, territory is grossing $57k in revenues through the end of July, & coming upon the heart of hurricane season.
Not only did the nation - and the world - just celebrate the 60th anniversary of V-E Day and the fall of Nazi Germany, but I am personally coming upon the 10th anniversary of my father's death.
Missing is the observer's excitement coming upon the river.
Holders, other than WILLIAM, of 3,746,259 shares of the consolidated company have also agreed to pool their shares in escrow or to otherwise commit not to sell their shares for a period of two years with equal releases every six months, the first release coming upon completion of the transactions.
Territories combined grossing $265k in revenues through the end of July & coming upon the heart of hurricane season.
Stern said anyone coming upon a similar situation should not hesitate to call the police.