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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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"I need to play games consistently to take me to that next step and coming down here can open a lot of doors for me.
"The driver was coming down Windsor Drive at speed and has gone into the back of my neighbours' car and ricocheted into our car.
"With the speed and intensity with which we're playing, we're taking our chances early and it's going to be a long game for teams coming down here."
"I was so close I could feel it coming down, I was hit by a piece of the wreckage on my leg.
Baaco said local residents claimed they saw a plane coming down in smoke in an area estimated to be around 10 to 15 nautical miles off Brookes Point, a municipality some 200 kilometers south of Puerto Princesa City.
"They show youth unemployment coming down, long-term unemployment coming down, the claimant count coming down, and unemployment overall coming down - but above all, what we see today is the biggest ever quarterly increase in the number of people in work in our country."
Twenty minutes before dark, I heard this bruiser coming down the ridge behind me.
Summary: Mumbai: Borrowers can now look forward to their equated monthly instalments (EMIs) coming down soon ...
THE curtain is coming down on one of the West End's longest-running musicals after it was announced Blood Brothers will end its current run in October.
Summary: Robbie Williams is back to full health after coming down with food poisoning earlier this month.
Here's a bus coming down the road At last we'll be on our way What's that I read on the front of the bus?
The facts are these: it was an inner circle No 8 bus coming down Monument Road, crossing over Spring Hill to go down Icknield Street, when it was hit by a fire engine that was coming down Summer Hill from its station in Albion Street.