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come

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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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"Sometimes business comes along that you don't want and sometimes business comes along that is too good an opportunity to turn down.
"If an opportunity comes along for them we might let that happen, but I'm not going to be actively trying to force issues.
NOW: A car heading from Berry Street towards St John's Centre car park currently comes along Renshaw Street, continues straight along Lime Street and reached the car park entrance.
Russ Stratton, the film's coproducer, says, "Every so often, a novel comes along that not only strikes a strong dramatic and historical chord, but that allows us to look at ourselves through a long lens of incredible wisdom.
Beck) sees his role as a transitional one, preparing the ministry so that it can be handed over when the right native person comes along," reported Canada Lutheran, the ELCIC magazine.
EVERY SO OFTEN, someone or something comes along so far apart from the current trends that it stirs souls, makes girls cry, and causes fake tasters to wet their pants.
Superlatives can incite much love and war, and many casualties, before we finally figure out that someone even more superlative always comes along.
Yet, this does not mean that we should be blind to the consequences of the technologies that are involved and adopt every form of technology that comes along just because it is out there.
"A drug can have a resurgence in use among young people because of what I call 'generation forgetting'--that is, a new generation of young people comes along that hasn't heard too much about a drug, so it is naive about the consequences of its use.
If it's not Ralph Nader it's going to be someone else who comes along and spoils it.
A SIZING GAUGE COMES ALONG FOR THE RIDE TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHICH O-RING YOU NEED.
Then someone comes along with a disruptive innovation that knocks the pegs out from under it.