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froth

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

[frȯth]
(chemistry)
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The beverage maker, a subsidiary of Cadbury Schweppes plc, said the "float-like beverages" under the dual brands will "recreate all the rich creamy frothiness of a real ice cream float" in 11.5-ounce, vintage soda-shop-inspired glass bottles with twist-off tops.
"With the lax underwriting standards, the frothiness and the aggressiveness from conduit agencies and certain portfolio lenders, we struggled to find good value," says Brown.
I suppose if I could get any of Byron's frothiness into
On the other hand, the single family market will likely continue to retrench, with some lagged expansion in the multifamily side and frothiness in some condominium markets.
These cities were chosen to include a variety of geographic areas in the United States and various degrees of alleged housing market frothiness.
Broadening the tax base in this way would eliminate the advantage currently given to residential investments over other forms of capital and, if implemented gradually, withdraw some of the current frothiness in housing markets.
Tomomasu tinkered with the drink by decreasing its sweetness and increasing its frothiness, the company said.
Shake vigorously to crack the ice and create frothiness. Before you pour, rub the rim of a chilled glass with a lime wedge, dust the rim with kosher salt to taste, and then strain the contents into the glass (straight or over ice).
At its best, Olivia Joules takes the most dreadful and serious business of our time and cheerfully places it in the context of a genre known mainly for its star-struck, media-engorged frothiness. Several times, the title character escapes from jams that would, in the real world, more likely have ended with her having her head sawed off after delivering a horrifying, tearful plea for her fife on videotape.
The milk is simultaneously heated and whipped to achieve the frothiness usually only obtained with a steam wand.