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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Abu-Ghazaleh's visit to the world's most prominent educational institution comes upon an invitation from the Harvard Arab StudentsAssociation.
As Mohamed Mahmoud comes upon us, one hopes that we won't continue politicising the cause by a dull sit-in or marches attempting to hijack the event.
The Turkish premier's visit comes upon an invitation directed from Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri Al Maliki.
"The visit comes upon an invitation and an agreement with the Kuwaiti parliament speakers during a meeting in the Turkish city of Istanbul on the sidelines of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) parliaments speakers meeting," Omar al-Mashhadani told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The Lone Ranger comes upon his faithful mercenary on all fours, his face pressed against the dirt track.
"The Golden Age" tells the story of a traveler who comes upon a small island with a unique world view, where many of the people sit and dream all day, and contribute to a communal collection of stories.
The moment she arrives, Andi comes upon a case of animal abuse and feels she must do something.
Who is the strange young woman who comes upon Siobhan in the park and gives her the solution to her feeling of loss in not being able to recall her dead mother's face?
According to Automobile Magazine Design Editor, Robert Cumberford, 'The first point of appreciation comes upon approaching the car.
Friendly's decision to switch to renting comes upon the heels of its acquisition in August by an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners.
Russell comes upon a treasure map and creates a Treasure Seeker machine to help him find the buried treasure.
On Ascension Day last week, we recalled that, before he left his disciples, Jesus said: "Wait in the city until the power comes upon you."