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gassy

[′gas·ē]
(mining engineering)
A coal mine rating by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, applicable when an ignition occurs or if a methane content exceeding 0.25% can be detected; work must be halted if the methane exceeds 1.5% in a return airway.
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Vijay: This is far too gassy and doesn't really have a taste - it's more annoying than refreshing.
Although it's not as gassy as some other colas making it easier to drink.
The solar system's four big, gassy planets (Neptune is the fourth) have been assumed to have at least similar ratios of helium to hydrogen, and 40 percent helium would require some explaining.
CCTV released by police today shows six men walking past the Gassy Jacks pub, the "bomb" being thrown, and the suspects running off together laughing and joking.
Catch Coast on tour: Tonight, Tunbridge Wells Forum; Jan 26, Brighton Concorde; Jan 27, Oxford Zodiac; Jan 30, Exeter Cavern; Jan 31, Cardiff Gassy Jacks; Feb 1, Bath Uni; Feb 3, Liverpool Lomax; Feb 4, Manchester Roadhouse; Feb 5, Sheffield Uni; Feb 6, Leeds Cockpit; Feb 8, Aberdeen Lemon Tree; Feb 9, Edinburgh Venue; Feb 10, Glasgow King Tuts; Feb 12, Hull Blue Lamp; Feb 13, Newcastle Riverside; Feb 14, Birmingham Jug of Ale; Feb 15, Nottingham Rock City; Feb 16, Leicester Charlotte; Feb 17, London Garage.
They went to Gassy Jacks pub and Lidyard drank alcohol as he was not expecting to drive, but his brother became more drunk and Lidyard offered to drive his car.