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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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I don't think she's necessarily trying to rub your faces in it but that's probably how it comes across.
The 72bhp, 1.1-litre three-cylinder diesel engine may induce a small amount of vibrations at idle, but on the move it comes across as a refined unit.
At times, 7 Khoon Maaf comes across as a disjointed trajectory of events that lacks important details.
Elizabeth first comes across Sparrow when she falls into the bay, and the pirate comes to her rescue, but he is subsequently arrested and jailed ready for hanging the next day.
Andrewpelis Matt comes across as a very nice bloke but he also comes across as totally inept as regards horseracing.
She comes across as a happy-go-lucky girl who is forever living in a wonderland.
As Inga struggles to survive, she comes across an injured raven and he becomes her constant companion.
"Of the two, Colin often comes across as being more in control but, faced with the pressures of life under extreme conditions, a menu of bugs, slugs and Lord knows what else the warped programme makers can extract from some poor beast, then how he performs is anyone's guess.
Anybody who comes across any Scottish pounds 100 notes should ring police on 0345 606-0365.
Officers urge anyone who comes across the syringes to hand them in to their nearest police station as soon as possible.
As a result, the book comes across as a promotional piece, focusing on what audiences can expect to see from the company without knowing where it all came from.
Geared towards a predominately 'tween female-audience with an emphasis on math and science, this book comes across as smart rather than didactic or pedantic.