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  • n. a method of birth control in which coitus is initiated but the penis is deliberately withdrawn before ejaculation


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  • She watched as Zoe opened the closet door and paged through the clothes rapidly, pulling out a drapey, emerald-green T-shirt and a pair of dark jeans.


  • With Nana Loves party only a week away, everyone was pulling out all the stops, trying to eye-kick their way into the top one thousand.


  • “I want you to take this, Neddy,” Morgan said, reaching under the back of his coat and pulling out a small dagger sheathed in a shiny green metal.

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  • Kira nodded, then knelt beside it, pulling out a small pulsedriver she had found in a maintenance toolbox at the back of the Temple.


  • She dipped inside, pulling out her finger, now drenched in coochie juice, rubbing it on her engorged clit.


  • “All right, Mudpie,” I said, pulling out my wallet and peeling off a five, “what is it you want to tell me?”

    Over the Edge

  • “Almost ready, Sergeant Anto,” said Blondie, and then went all serious pro on them, first laser-ranging the three distant brightly colored dots in the thousand yards of green beyond them with his small Leica unit, then pulling out his Kestral 4000 weather station and noting the wind, humidity, and temperature.

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  • She shuffles around the veranda, back and forth, pausing by the window to look at Dedushka, who is now pulling out the last handfuls of dill.

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  • After pulling out of the Ferrari garage on his first run in the final 10-minute shoot-out,

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  • The last Intourist buses are pulling out of the square.

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