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Sexology
noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen.
 
verb (slang) To orgasm.
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"Stop Depriving the World of You: A Guide for Getting Unstuck" has opened my eyes to exciting new ways through which I can incorporate my skills, passions, and experiences from the past to enter into a new season of life with new aspirations, and new visions, for discovering purpose and fulfillment in the months and years ahead.
As I mentioned, one of the most basic items for getting unstuck is keeping a good shovel in the vehicle.
Winter weather was the inspiration for Unstuck, he said.
It is Gordon's belief, as outlined in Unstuck, that even with talk therapy, antidepressants are likely to be less effective for helping those with depression than an integrative approach that combines a number of proven, nontoxic therapies.
Using his work as a social scientist, psychotherapist, and career counselor, Butler (career development, Harvard Business School) outlines strategies for getting "unstuck" at work, home, with colleagues, or family.
Political parties which attempt to portray themselves as modern by embracing wacky ideas always run the risk of coming unstuck in a very public way.
The Action Acceleration Sheet, the heart of the Get Unstuck & Get Going process, is supposed to get you moving, the opposite of being stuck.
The Falcons came unstuck 32-13 at Saracens last weekend, and winger Tom May knows director of rugby Rob Andrew will want a much-improved showing.
This is excellent advice in helping a person get "unstuck" from past wounds.
Will his buddy get his tongue unstuck from the frozen flagpole?
"ONCE UNSTUCK, CLEAN TH AREA WITH ANTI-STATIC TOWELS OR SWABS."
Keith Yamashita (consultant to CEOs) and Sandra Spataro (Yale assistant prof of organizational behavior) have collaborated on what is physically a book, Unstuck: A Tool for Yourself, Your Team, and Your World (Portfolio; $19.95), but which, they admit, started out as a deck of flash cards: remember those cards you used as a kid to learn how to spell or add or whatever?