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effervescence

[‚ef·ər′ves·əns]
(chemistry)
The bubbling of a solution of an element or chemical compound as the result of the emission of gas without the application of heat; for example, the escape of carbon dioxide from carbonated water.
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Effervescence has about 35 grower Champagnes on its list, including the NV Tribaut Blanc de Chardonnay ($90 a bottle) and the Dumangin "Le Rose ler Cru Brut ($100 a bottle), as well as other grower bubbly from around the world.
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of the subject, meaning, History, concomitant with the staggering blows that brought about the dissolution of the grand ideologies--that is, from the effervescence of anti-totalitarian movements, in the West as well as the East, that would eventually tear down the Berlin Wall.
Tonight when Vera discovers that her daughter Karen is pregnant, her reaction is sublime: "It's a fine line between joyful effervescence and murderous rage," she trills happily to her pen-pal.
It is thick with the effervescence of sugarcane and goes down like cascading ribbons of sweetened, smooth silk.
Reader Barthelmie captures the essence of adolescent ennui and excitement, when a single word from a boy causes effervescence, and adults poking and prodding is everything tiresome.
Harari was the founding CEO of Gallic production and distribution heavyweight TeleImages, now part of the Marathon Group, before ankling to set up her own company, Effervescence, last yean (She is also president of the producers' union USPA.)
He claimed he was hitting the ball better than ever in the practice sessions leading up to the start of Roland Garros, but he was blown away by the energy and effervescence of his much younger opponent.
Yet at times his effervescence borders on giddiness, and his love for the Church on triumphalism.