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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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It Comes Down to This is a rough and ready guide for anyone attempting to lead an organization to success.
"Now and then there can be a team that can break into those four as a surprise but it's very difficult and it all comes down to budget."
Let's face it; if it comes down to a global split, Canada and the Church of England will be on the same side.
The cream of Edinburgh comes down to London for the annual season at the Lyric.
He said: "Everybody hopes that when the price of crude oil comes down, petrol retailers will bring their prices down as quickly." The US said the closure of its diplomatic base in Riyadh and consulates in Jeddah and Dhahran was "in response to a threat against US government buildings".
"When Sadness Comes Pouring Down": How sadness comes down / like a gray cloud out of the clear sky / Oh what a startling surprise / when the rain begins to pour down / with that drenching sound /What was once a bright day / drifts slowly away / on a sail into the bay.
"What it comes down to is that, as a publicly traded company, we have to consider all serious offers and the [current] real estate market made Wyndham very attractive for someone to make an offer."
"It all comes down to a little bit of luck, a bounce of the ball.
Perhaps it comes down to the fire inside us, our hearts.
Christine Pettiti of the OSHA Training Institute says the agency's program will show inspectors several concepts on demolition, including how voids are filled when a building comes down and the difference between demolition projects and disaster sites.
The bottom line comes down to that old adage, "We are all in this together!" Sure this is trite, but it also is true.