jism


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jism

 (jĭz′əm)
n. Vulgar Slang
Semen.

[Origin unknown.]

jism

(ˈdʒɪzəm) or

jissom

n
taboo informal words for semen
[of unknown origin]
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THE VERDICT: Compared to Jism (2003), with Bipasha Basu and John Abraham, Mahesh Bhatt's unconvincing script has too many unexplained loopholes.
In issue 744 (October 6, 1947, 1121-23), we find the second response of Khalafallah devoted to explain the meaning of ustura (myth) as used in the Qur'an and to explain the difference between the body, jism, of the story and the meaning it conveys.
TEEMING WITH POOP, spew, blood, guts, and jism, Peter Saul's visceral, virtual-toon paintings pop off the wall and go straight for the eyeballs.
One of Abdel-Karim's patients is Jism Mohamed, a 35-year-old woman who lives on the outskirts of Basra, the town in southern Iraq nearest to the Kuwait border where the major tank battles took place in 1991.
For years, he's rambled on about existentialism, modernism, structuralism, pointillism, and postmodernism, but there's surely one -ism that best describes his own work: a load of old jism.
A dash of sentiment (also satirised in its form of expression) was added to Jism in the soft focus on the relationship between a pair of siamese twins, and to Pigeon English in the portrayal of the feelings of the underdogs of both the human and feathered variety.
Known worldwide for his roles, his premier role was the 2003 film Jism, followed by roles in Dhoom, blockbuster comedy Dostana and a lead role in Water, which was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 79th Academy Awards.
Despite her first two films' Jism 2 and Jackpot ' flopping' she has had five releases in less than three years.
The self-made star, who began her career with risquEa roles in hits such as Jism and Raaz, celebrates her 14-year career anniversary this year.
Bollyw ood actor-prodj ducer John Abraham, who made his debut in the industry with Jism a decade ago, will do a video chat on Wednesday with his fans on Facebook.
JISM is considering giving them a grace period to re-adjust their production lines, but this matter is still being studied.
I telephoned Mary Whitehouse, claiming to be Frank Jism of the Islamic fashion magazine The Shi'ite Face, and telling her that she'd won a large cash prize "for ridding our televisions of a cesspit of filth.