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noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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Maybe the lights on the slip road coming off Clifford Bridge Road have allowed less cars to get through again, they used to have them set so that about three cars got through if you were lucky while streams of cars coming off the Ansty Road circle could slip through.
He's coming off of a dominate 2nd round TKO win over John Ortoloni in January.
I'm coming off a tough season but coach Marcello Lippi gave me a chance and I had a responsibility to show up ready.
HIV patients are also coming off treatment to avoid the cost of travelling to clinics and in some cases buying the drugs, Cafod said.
While Sanchez is known as an activist poet, much of her poetic impulse in Like the Singing Coming Off the Drums derives from the tradition of Japanese haiku, in which a poet pays the utmost attention to the beauty inherent in nature.
The third plant upgrade is a wet gas cleaning facility, to capture and clean the gas coming off fluid bed roasters.
If a machine goes down, that means there's no production coming off of that machine: isn't that a contributing factor to overall production.
You can get a contour map of the wind coming off of a car or wing.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "On arrival at the scene crews found a motorcyclist lying in the road after coming off his bike.
Phoenix (10-2) update: The Suns have won a league-high seven consecutive games and are coming off a 127-111 victory over Sacramento on Wednesday, when they scored 47 points in the first quarter.
Less than half of those coming off the lists (33 issuers) experienced upgrades and currently enjoy stable outlooks, with an additional eight coming off due to mergers & acquisitions.
It's coming off with a weird spin now," teammate Tyler McLinn said.