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snowball

verb (slang) To transfer semen from one person’s mouth to another.
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Researchers once thought that the removal of carbon dioxide from the planet's atmosphere would stop during the snowball phases because the surface water was frozen. 
Had Snowball lifted his game to another level and taught himself some slick new moves?
He said: "I can't remember who it was that told me about them, they had just gotten started, but I still say to this day if it wasn't for Snowball and those guys, I never would have taken that first step back into society."
Paul Caulfield, defending, said Snowball had a long-standing ambition to be a police officer, which had "gone by the board because of this".
Henkler, who's amassed many Kosta Boda Snowballs over the years, observed that the snowball is unlike many other wintertime and holiday accessories in that it's nondenominational, with a design that harmonizes with any color or decorating style.
There is no coverage for "bodily injury" or "property damage" resulting from "snowball fights", but if the "bodily injury" or "property damage" result in "family injury" that "family injury" is covered.
Snowball Express offered a variety of activities and entertainment, including a concert from Gary Sinise and the Lt.
Chapelcross Charity Snowball Secretary, Chapelcross, Annan, DG12 6RF.
The debt snowball is similar to building a snowball in your backyard.
The playful politician was also pictured from a nearby window, laughing and appearing to have just thrown a snowball.
Northallerton magistrates were told breath tests showed central heating firm boss Mr Snowball at nearly double the drink drive limit and his wife nearly three times over.
Snowball will take up his position with the seven-time county champions in January 2016 and replaces Colin Povey, who is retiring from the post next month.