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come

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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Lee Steele hit a hat-trick for Orient as they ground out a 4-3 win away at Lincoln, coming from behind three times.
Otherwise, it could make a motorist coming from behind to apply sudden brakes leading to a pileup.
JARROW are equal on points with leaders Darlington Cleveland Bridge and Redcar Athletic after coming from behind to defeat Cleator Moor Celtic.
Doyle completed his treble when coming from behind in the 2m31/2f handicap chase on the James Halpintrained Noble Commander, who outstayed Francis Du Mesnil from the final fence to win by six lengths.
BORO look all but safe now after coming from behind to beat Watford.
Summary: BEIRUT: Lebanon got off to a winning start in the William Jones Cup coming from behind to beat Japan 87-82 as preparations continue ahead of August's FIBA World Championships in Turkey.
After a 3-1 win at Anfield and draw at home to Manchester City, Villa again proved their credentials by coming from behind to see off Carlo Ancelotti's side 2-1 last Saturday.
The Nottingham fighter won his world title with a thrilling points victory against Canadian Jean Pascal last December, before defending in similarly spectacular style earlier this year by coming from behind to stop Jermain Taylor in the final seconds.
Chievo gave their chances of avoiding relegation a boost by twice coming from behind.
REVITALISED GAP showed their resilience after coming from behind to take the spoils in an exciting encounter.
SUBSTITUTE Kris Boyd scored the winning penalty as Rangers lifted the CIS Insurance League Cup after twice coming from behind and beating Dundee United in a shootout.
The reverse fixture in September ended 2-2, with Cliftonville twice coming from behind, but Linfield have a formidable home record and will fully expect to come away with a win.