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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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"However, we take the approach that managing diversity isn't just dealing with problems but is also coming up with more creative solutions that address the marketplace."
All vehicles coming from TM Kalaw going to Roxas Boulevard shall turn left to MH Del Pilar to point of destination
PIA flight Pk-733 operating for Paris, Shaheen Air flight number 776 for Abu Dhabi, two flights of Air Blue to and from Jeddah, Uzbek Airline's two flights 110 and 111 to and from Mashhad, Pk-657 for Islamabad, Shaheen Airline flight coming from Damam, Shaheen Airline flight 767 coming from Dubai, Airblue flight 413 coming from Sharjah, PIA flight coming from Islamabad, coming from Multan Pk-8682, Airblue flight 475 coming from Muscat and PIA flight Pk-312 coming from Karachi were cancelled.
IN MERSEY | Today, Keewhit, a chemical tanker; Independent Pursuit, a container vessel coming from Belgium, and sailing on to the US; Ara Atlantis, a container vessel coming from Portugal; RMS Veritas, a container vessel sailing on to Ireland; Thun Gothenburg, a tanker; Ottawa Express, a container vessel coming from France, and sailing on to Canada; Fantholmen, a bulk carrier coming from the US; Atlantic Sail, a container vessel coming from Belgium, and sailing on to Canada; Sara Borchard, a container vessel coming from Portugal; Thea II, a cargo vessel coming from Ireland; Antares, a chemical tanker coming from the France; Tenacity, a tanker coming from the Netherlands; Grand Concord, a bulk carrier coming from Brazil; and Enforcer, a container vessel coming from Spain.
The heavy traffic coming from Lahore would not be allowed to use Expressway and they will have to use alternate route from Rawat T-Cross for Rawalpindi Saddar, GT Road and Peshawar.
It went "Istanbul, Istanbul, we are coming. Istanbul, Istanbul, I pray.
The common theme for today's readings is a "coming day of the Lord." Yet, the pericopes seem to have little else in common.
(coming in second to Oshawa Assembly Plant #2, which is right next door); the GM Oshawa Assembly Plant #1 is cited in The Harbour Report North America 2005 as the benchmark plant when it comes to productivity, requiring 15.85 labor hours per vehicle, taking over from the perennial leader in that category, Nissan's Smyrna, TN, assembly plant (Ron Harbour, president of Harbour Consulting (www.harbourinc.com; Troy, MI), stated: "Oshawa's achievement is stellar.").
Coming to the work of missionaries in India: Even after fifty-six years of independence, most of the schools, colleges and hospitals in India are run by Christian institutions.
At the same time, young people are "coming out" as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or questioning (GLBQ) earlier and earlier.