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bubbles

symbolic of transitoriness of life. [Art: Hall, 54]
See: Brevity
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At length, just as an elderly gentleman of very dignified presence happened to be passing, a large bubble sailed majestically down, and burst right against his nose
Dr Bubbles Chai Specialist is a popular chain that serves its trademark Bubble Tea, to which they gave a makeover by adding fruit jelly and fruit poppers to the milk and fruit tea, to suit the Indian taste.
Clearly, bubbles are unlikely to disappear from financial markets.
Bubble Playground features multiple "bubble stations" that offers various hands-on and educational experiences with the creation of bubbles.
Bubbles you blow in the summertime float down because the air inside and outside the bubble is warm.
Kids love bubbles and kids love soccer, so you know they'll love Leo Messi Foot Bubbles.
Summary: Here's your chance to touch world's biggest bubbles and get inside some
Samuel Barnaby Heath (aka Bubble 07) - UK-based "bubbleologist" and owner of Bubble Inc - entertained an audience of excited children during his bubble making session at SCRF, crafting a bubble carousel, making bubbles the size of the entire front row, and getting young visitors to count out his bubbles in Arabic and English.
In extensive testing, Bubble Wrap IBs specially designed bubbles delivered 30 percent more protection power than competitive bubble technologies.
Cavitation can occur with the presence of fuel vapor or air bubbles dissolved in the fuel tank that are transported through the system.
So if a repeat of our last two bubbles isn't coming, what could be?
In bubble column, the motion of bubbles can be very complex due to changes of liquid properties and difficult to obtain an accurate model that can be used to calculate the bubble rise dynamics in a system.