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froth

a mixture of saliva and air bubbles formed at the lips in certain diseases, such as rabies

froth

[frȯth]
(chemistry)
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Full factorial experimental design of floatation of pure oil shale Experiment Pattern of Mean Collector/ variables particle size, Frother [micro]m 1 - - - 375 [varies] 2 - - + 375 [varies] 3 - + - 375 0 4 - + + 375 0 5 + - - 55 [varies] 6 + - + 55 [varies] 7 + + - 55 0 8 + + + 55 0 Experiment pH Mass Ash percent percentage of froth froth 1 4 73.
Although the use of conventional process aids, such as caustic, does improve bitumen recovery and bitumen froth quality, they lead to difficulties in tailings treatment by dispersing the fine particles in the tailings.
There has been legal uncertainty over the last 40 years as to whether the froth - or head - on beer should be considered to be part of the pint.
Here, the best moments arose when the black foam suggested skate-egg sacs or seaweed: bedraggled bits of organic matter mimed in hardened, toxic, man-made froth.
Performers at this year's festival, which runs froth June through August, include Twyla Tharp Dance, Maria Pages Flamenco Republic, Mark Morris Dance Group, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Rennie Harris PureMovement, Compania Nacional de Danza, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Batoto Yetu, Stephen Petronio Company, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
The protein usually holds the bubbles together and that makes the froth thicker.
As well as a removable plastic cover designed to create froth galore, it has a washable filter to ensure clear espresso.
Crafted in pearwood, and upholstered in hemp, linen and cotton, Silvestrin's exquisitely simple Le Foglie collection evoked a consoling spirit of solidity and agelessness, that stood loftily above the seemingly inexhaustible tide of ephemeral froth.
To finish the sauce, using an immersion blender, froth the sauce until foamy, add the crayfish meat, and set aside keeping warm.
In his November London debut as a sexy emperor Nero in Monteverdi's The Coronation of Poppea with the English National Opera, lie emerged froth the orchestra pit and strode onto the stage .
The foam atop a freshly poured glass of beer is so thick with bubbles that it's practically impossible to see through the froth.
The new MINI[TM] STAINLESS utilizes Froth Au Lait's patented "NO-Steam" Froth Whip Technology ("FWT") so the frothing process is unique and the froth is superbly rich and long lasting.