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fizz

the bubbly quality of a drink; effervescence
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It's the ultimate festival for prosecco lovers, offering the chance to sample more than 40 types of prosecco and fizz.
Mind you, I looked at the list and thought, "I'm the only one I know"' The Fizz (as the band is now known) is still going strong, with three of the four original members performing regularly, so plenty of on-stage dancing - and skirt ripping - means that Cheryl's in pretty good shape.
And, good news for fizz fans, it will also provide a a "bottomless prosecco afternoon tea" on Saturdays and Sundays between 2.
Her guests were The Fizz and they had a lovely natter - especially about how it's now cool to be a Fizz fan.
Bucks Fizz became one of the UK's biggest pop acts after winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 with their routine to Making Your Mind Up.
99, Ocado, 12% abv) is a fizz delight with raspberry and red fruit aromas and flavours.
MUCH loved by the Italians as an aperitivo (pre-dinner drink), a spritz is officially a mixture of wine (still or sparkling) and soda water; while a fizz veers more towards the cocktail family with the addition of a spirit.
His contender Unforgetable Filly looks to have most to fear from fellow Newmarket raider Cristal Fizz in an 11-strong field for the €125,000 contest at Dusseldorf.
During the season, Fizz moved into Moniece's place because of issues he was having with his home.
The Case of the Battling Bots (Tank & Fizz, Book 2)
Bucks Fizz have turned down PS1million to patch up their long-standing rift with former bandmate Bobby G for a TV reunion.