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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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In her book Running Out of Time (1995), a young girl comes upon a man to whom she later refers as "the fat environmentalist.
But with the help of the bird, he comes upon a solution that worked so well it is still the one used to this very day
Lionel is Santa's smallest helper and in his efforts to help Santa and his reindeer move such a heavy load of toys one Christmas night comes upon a surprising solution--if only he can convince Santa
While recovering from this episode, Rodolfo comes upon the last stowaway, Daniel.
On this day, Skeet comes upon a manatee sunning itself along the shoreline.
It is said that when evil comes upon us, Hope follows in its footsteps, and points to a happier future.
On a driving trip through the French Pyrenees, the narrator visits a troglodytic cave where, hand-in-hand with a retarded stranger who takes a fancy to her, she comes upon a wall of prehistoric handprints left behind by the original dwellers.
Here, she comes upon the very animals whose skins and fur were used to make coats like she had seen.
The journey begins when our heroine, Victoria Line, comes upon her great-great-grandfather A.
When a chauffeur (Chan) comes upon his rich millionaire boss's tux, he can't resist trying it on.
In asking his question, John Rivera, 13, from Naples, Florida, comes upon shifting scientific theories.