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come

1. verb, vulgar slang To orgasm. The alternate spelling "cum" is often used. I don't think I'll sleep with him again—I didn't come the last time.
2. noun, vulgar slang Semen. Will a black light pick up bodily fluids like come?

come

and cum
1. in. to experience an orgasm. (There is no other single word for this meaning. Usually objectionable.) God, I thought she’d never cum.
2. n. semen. (Usually objectionable.) Do you think cum is alive?

come

/become unstuck
To break down or fall apart: a marriage that came unstuck after only a year.

comes with the territory

Is part of specific conditions or circumstances. For example, “You may not like dealing with difficult customers, but it comes with the territory.” The term, which originally alluded to traveling salesmen who had to accept whatever they found in their assigned region, or “territory,” soon came to be extended to other areas. It dates from the second half of the twentieth century.
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ComEd is urging customers to contact the company immediately if they experience a power outage.
Customers can also find information on the location and size of outages as well as estimated restoration times on the interactive outage map at ComEd.com/map.
"The new tax plan presented an important opportunity to work with our regulators and stakeholders to produce a solution that accelerates the delivery of real savings to our customers," said ComEd CEO Anne Pramaggiore.
With the enactment of the Smart Grid Law in 2011, the Illinois General Assembly established a performance-based formula rate-making model that ensures cost savings such as those incurred through the federal tax changes are passed on to ComEd customers.
ComEd is filing with the Illinois Commerce Commission seeking approval to pass along approximately $200 million in tax savings to its customers in 2018.
1, decreased the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent, reducing the amount of federal income tax ComEd will have to pay.