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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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I am reasonably happy with my squad but if the right player at the right price comes along to add to what we have already got I would suggest we might add to the squad.
But she also recognizes that an opening for ballet mistress in one's company comes along rarely.
In contrast to conventional GPS solutions, where higher sensitivity comes along with increased current consumption or worse positioning accuracy, Atmel's new ROM3.
This "death benefit" is very valuable to many clients and simply comes along with the package.
However, a great responsibility comes along with that distinction.
But for every package purchased, a story comes along with it.
That trend continues until the next test revision comes along.
And as if all this didn't leave us black and blue enough, a twin horror story comes along to put the icing on the wake.
If it turns out a small amount of money in the next few years, it can be utilized as an eventual assemblage piece when the next cycle of office construction comes along.
DoCoMo can be a hard nut to crack, but every once in a while, a foreign company comes along that's just too good to resist.
I've had a taste playing for the first team and the sooner my next chance comes along the better.
Her solo exhibitions are not only rare but so full of unexpected formal and intellectual turns that when a new show comes along her admirers rash to see what she's come up with.