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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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It comes from sulfate, soap, potash, laboratories and the algae in the water that lights up the phosphate.
An analysis of seafloor sediments obtained off Antarctica suggests that the dissolved iron in surface waters that fuels much of the region's biological productivity comes from deeper waters via upwelling currents.
Where it comes from: Live oak is increasingly difficult to find in the sizes required for Old Ironsides, but trees have come from the wake of Hurricane Hugo in Charleston, South Carolina; as a result of land cleared for construction throughout the Southeast; and as a donation from a forest-products company.
What is the difference between being merely optimistic in a shallow wishful way and the hope that comes from knowing the Triune God?
One comes from Randy Fior, regional product manager, Product Planning, with Infiniti: "This shows our commitment to dynamic performance." As this is no run-of-the mill suspension architecture and execution, the commitment is there.
Young people today know that milk comes from a grocery store and have no idea what role the cow plays.
The whole idea of Baptism as a seal comes from the Epistles and Revelation.
Presumably these muons are produced in the detector by some highly energetic, extremely penetrating radiation that comes from certain sources in the sky-- Cygnus X-3 and Hercules X-1 are among those implicated--and can penetrate the earth's atmosphere and several thousand feet of rock to reach the detector.
A donation of PS40 comes from Coley Bikers 'for our mate Phil'.
Alison Pollett's Nobody Was Here (0439583942, $15.95) comes from a Manhattan author who experience many of the qualities character Penelope demonstrates.
Esther comes from a strict upbringing, but now she's a practicing Unitarian and Democrat and dedicated gardener.