bubble


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bubble

A pliable structure, usually a liquid, expanded by air or gas.

Meteorology
A term of art for a mesoscale area of high pressure, typically associated with cooler air from the rainy downdraft area of one or a complex of thunderstorms.
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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Mar 15 ( ANI ): Bubble tea, a flavoured fruit tea of Taiwan, has lately been gaining popularity amongst the Mumbaikars.
A bubble must promise real-world returns at some distant date.
Known internationally for his live bubble performances, traveling across Asia including Korea, Vietnam and Indonesia, Jung currently holds the Guinness World Record for creating the largest bubble, which held 100 people.
The bubble will be filled with warm air, and it will float UP in the cold winter air
And it doesn't have to be a spherical bubble - it can be in different shapes, including triangles, squares, rectangles and what have you.
Kids are being encouraged to swap screens for a dose of "organic play" during magical, giant bubble making show at the Sharjah Children's Reading Festival, currently underway at Expo Centre Sharjah.
A new version of the companys iconic brand, Bubble Wrap IB is an ideal cushion packaging material for companies that want to enhance their e-commerce and supply chain efficiency.
The Jet Fuel Hydrodynamic Cavitation Bubble Size with Cavitation Power and Energy from Rayleigh-Plesset Equation," SAE Int.
The bubble got me in the door--which means all my blissfully happy clients owe their happiness to a bubble.
The volume of fluid (VOF) method [4] in CFD platform is used commonly for single bubble study in stagnant liquid.
The housing bubble is said to be returning or has already returned.
When we add to this growth trend the market speculation after winning the honour to host Expo 2020, manyare concerned that another bubble may be forming.