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fizz

the bubbly quality of a drink; effervescence
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A life of luxury on misery of victims FIZZY and his gang lived a lavish lifestyle of fast cars and five-star hotels on money mainly stolen from lawyers and accountants.
The above poll is based on the page A4 report, "Report proposes tax on sugar, fizzy drinks to fight diabetes", published in the Nation section of Gulf News on November 12.
Taxes on fizzy drinks or on fatty foods have also been suggested and these too need exploration and development.
For more than fifty years the Codd bottle, in its various forms and patents, and the patentavoiding variants, provided one of the main methods of containing fizzy drinks in their bottles.
The V-Tex uses a cooling vortex to chill the drinks, spinning the beverage around without disturbing the carbonation of fizzy drinks.
Assuming an average hospital doctor salary of PS50k and a population in Wales of 3 million, each man, woman and child is going to need to consume 83 litres of fizzy drink each year to finance such a crackpot policy.
The closures came after an Eddie Stobart truck carrying a lorry load of fizzy drinks caught fire at about 4pm.
The idea that flat drinks can help with gastroenteritis is untrue while fruit juices and fizzy drinks do not help either, experts said.
27% almost always have a can of fizzy drink first thing in the morning;
It's a fizzy wine made by the bulk method of fermentation in a large vat as opposed to individual bottles as in Champagne and other methode traditionnelle wines.
A resurgent fizzy drinks market has helped soft drinks giant Britvic post a 30.1 per cent rise in first-half operating profit.