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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Kaseema (Sir Michael Stoute) Looks to be coming along nicely as a reappearance beckons
Ms Scattergood thanked him for coming along to the college to talk to the students studying on full and part-time courses at the centre.
The London-based singer said: "It's all about building those songs after the process of the first album and they're coming along which is comforting.
He's coming along nicely but we must get him away cantering to a track somewhere and if he gets on okay with that we'll then see where we go from there.
I hear he goes to the locations while they're being built and skates the parks to see how things are coming along.
I didn't see a lot of new construction coming along that would allow us to do the same volume in 1992 or 1993.
The trial is proceeding smoothly, with enrollments coming along very well.
He's coming along nicely but we must get him cantering to a track somewhere and if he gets on okay, we'll then see where we go from there," said O'Brien.
Those who are the most keen on transforming their businesses are the most involved with us right now - listening, using our products, and coming along for the ride.
He's coming along well, he's speaking well but he tires very easily so he's got a long way to go, but we are pleased with his progress.
With anticipated higher production coming along with the increase in reserves, Evergreen expects to raise its capital budget for 1999.