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- n. Plural form of seminal.
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Enforcement of that code led to disclaimers and deleted scenes in seminals films such as “Scarface,” “Public Enemy” and “Little Caesar,” which was inspired by Al Capone.
To pursue the osseous and solid part of goodness, which gives stability and rectitude to all the rest; to settle on fundamental virtues, and bid early defiance unto mother-vices, which carry in their bowels the seminals of other iniquities; makes a short cut in goodness, and strikes not off an head but the whole neck of Hydra.
"I was of opinion that it consisted altogether in the urethra being closely shut by the vigour of the erection in coition which found so great a resistance that the powers that throw the seed out of the _vesiculæ seminals_ could not overcome it; whereas, in dreams, the pressure on the urethra being much less, an evacuation was affected."