self-pollution

  • 1 self-pollution — self′ pollu′tion n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 2 self-pollution — noun Masturbation. Syn: jerking off, self abuse, wanking …

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  • 3 self-pollution — n. Onanism, masturbation, self abuse …

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  • 4 self-pollution — n. * * * …

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  • 5 self-pollution — See masturbation …

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  • 6 self-pollution — n …

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  • 7 Self-abuse — n. 1. The abuse of one s own self, powers, or faculties. [1913 Webster] 2. Self deception; delusion. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. Masturbation; onanism; self pollution. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 self-abuse — c.1600, self deception, from SELF (Cf. self) + ABUSE (Cf. abuse) (n.). As a synonym for masturbation, it is recorded from 1728; an earlier term was self pollution (1620s) …

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  • 9 self-abuse —    masturbation    Usually by a male, from the supposition that he may be damaging his body or soul or go blind. Also as self gratification, self indulgence, or self manipulation:     . . . two of them being pretty hopeless cases through self… …

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  • 10 self-abuse — 1. noun /sɛlfəˈbjuːs/ a) Self deception. b) Masturbation. Syn: self pollution See Also: self abuser 2. verb /sɛlfəˈbjuːs/ To …

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  • 11 self-abuse — n. Onanism, masturbation, self pollution …

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  • 12 Pollution — ist ein unwillkürlicher Samenerguss, ausgelöst durch einen unbewussten Orgasmus, der ohne aktives Zutun und ohne Wachbewusstsein bei Männern und männlichen Jugendlichen ab der Pubertät während des Schlafes auftreten kann. Da dieses Ereignis… …

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  • 13 Self-steering gear — is equipment used on ships and boats to maintain a chosen course without constant human action. It is also known by several other terms, such as autopilot (borrowed from aircraft and considered incorrect by some) and autohelm (technically a… …

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  • 14 Self-censorship — is the act of censoring or classifying one s own work (blog, book(s), film(s), or other means of expression), out of fear or deference to the sensibilities of others without an authority directly pressuring one to do so. Self censorship is often… …

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  • 15 Pollution at Morgan's Point (Bermuda) — The former US Navy Annex, located on Morgan s Point, was returned to Bermuda in 1995 with the premature termination of a 99 year lease. The base had functioned as a way station for ships and seaplanes for over 50 years but the end of the Cold War …

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  • 16 Pollution of Ganga — More than 400 million people live along the Ganges River. An estimated 60,000 persons ritually bathe daily in the river, which is considered holy by Indians. In the Hindu religion it is said to flow from the lotus feet of Vishnu (for Vaisnava… …

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  • 17 Air pollution — from World War II production Smog over …

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  • 18 Nonpoint source water pollution regulations in the United States — Nonpoint source (NPS) water pollution regulations are environmental regulations that restrict or limit water pollution from diffuse or nonpoint effluent sources such as polluted runoff from agricultural areas in a river catchments or wind borne… …

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  • 19 Captain Pollution — s opposite and enemy.Captain Pollution is the polar opposite of Captain Planet, created from Dr. Blight s dark variants of the Planeteers rings. He is summoned when the powers of Super Radiation, Deforestation, Smog, Toxics, and Hate combine,… …

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  • 20 Paper pollution — The production, use and recycling of paper has a number of adverse effects on the environment which are known collectively as paper pollution. Pulp mills contribute to air, water and land pollution. Discarded paper is a major component of many… …

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