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come

Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Adamson head coach Pao Pablico, though, did not like how his team fared in the third set especially coming off a strong second frame.
Michele Gumabao came away with 14 hits while Alyssa Valdez, Risa Sato and Jema Galanza provided the needed backup as the crowd favorites dished out a big game coming off a break following their setback to the PetroGazz Angels in the finals last conference.
Northumbria Policesaid the rider suffered life-threatening injuries after coming off his bike.
For example, the game doesn't want the bails coming off too easily (making it difficult for umpires to place them without holding up play and meaning the wind may blow them off too often).
"Our bench has been fantastic so when we select the side we do talk about the potential impact of players coming off the bench."
"The irony of that is that you're saying to this guy, 'Unfortunately we feel you are of far more benefit and importance to the team coming off the bench with 10 or 15 minutes to go'."
They are coming off a good win at Shotts a couple of weeks ago, so we know they will be confident.
He said his brother and son had started their journey toward Lahore from Karachi and on June 13 last month.but his number was coming off since June 15,2016.
Kevin Mirallas looked to have inspired the visitors to an unlikely win after coming off the bench to score and provide an assist - taking the game into extra-time with a stunning free-kick with eight minutes remaining to cancel out Enner Valencia's opener.
The super sub let fly from 20 yards to secure his club's first Irish Cup success in 17 years after coming off the bench for the third time this season to help his side to victory in the competition.
Cruz, who is coming off a 50-game suspension for his involvement in the Biogenesis PED scandal, is reportedly demanding a four-year deal worth around $70 million.
A free showing of a 75-minute documentary, "Coming off Psych Drugs," will be at 6 p.m.