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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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If there was a 35 per cent chance of a team wining, there was a six per cent chance of them coming from behind to win.
Froch fought away from home against Jermain Taylor earlier this year, coming from behind with a dramatic last-gasp knockout to retain his world title.
The event has been won by a Russian for the last five years and Youzhny made sure that trend continued after coming from behind to put in a dominant performance.
"But then we beat Aston Villa, coming from behind to get a winner so late on...that, if you like, was a turning point.
It was her third three-game battle in a row after beating Malaysian Li Ya Lydia Cheah and coming from behind to topple Poland's Kamila Augustyn.
NOTTS COUNTY ended a miserable run of four straight home defeats by coming from behind to hammer basement boys Torquay.
How all the players are grouped together via a color pattern--Black, Blue, Green, White, Orange, Red, Gray, plus two offenses: Coming from Behind and the I Formation in the Multiple Offense.
It wasn't too long until I heard a deer coming from behind me.
Global banking, the Internet, and telecommunications are speeding things up, but we're coming from behind. "Many forces are converging" Bacchus says.
Bournemouth moved into fourth place with a 2-1 win over Oldham after coming from behind at Boundary Park with James Hayter grabbing a brace.
He was about to step out when the truck coming from behind hit the open door, the police said.
Thus, as it progressively cuts off radiation coming from behind it, astronomers can tell precisely the direction that radiation was coming from.