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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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One of the best performances at this year's TIFF came from Annette Bening in Istvan Szabo's Being Julia.
A few months ago the stall sold fake Cartier's, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton watches, but the police came around often and asked questions about their merchandise.
Tied up in our own little worlds, we may be missing the one Jesus came to save through us unless and until we reach out to it.
Right now, after a long stretch of time in which particle physics news usually came from accelerators, the cosmic rays are coming up with unusual effects.
This reflects the custom of taking off one's robe to be immersed in a pool of water for baptism, then receiving a new, white robe, symbolic of forgiveness and new life, when one came out of the water.
Weima also came out with what it calls the world's largest granulator, the WLK 30 Super-Jumbo, which has a 3-meter-long rotor, half a meter longer than Weima's previous maximum.
This person, with marvelous stamina, read the whole thing and came back and told the bishop how much it had helped him to realize that, indeed, we are talking about somebody who actually lived, that the doctrines of faith--while not being proved by historical research--are not just floating in midair without any reference to somebody named Jesus who actually lived in first-century Palestine.
As for where Walsch's voice came from, all I can say is this: Not from any place good or air-conditioned.