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bubbly

adjective A fanciful term referring to an appearance between frothy and that of Swiss cheese, which is characteristically seen in barium enemas of patients with pneumatosis coli.
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Bubbly Bellini: in good form at home since Sunday's race
8220;Whether it's through pre and post-match interviews on the pitch, or getting to know their favorite players off it, Bubbly will enable the Club to have more frequent, short-form touch-points with our fans across the world, bringing them closer to the club and helping to build deeper relationships.
Keep a few bottles of bubbly with still wines of the same region or varietal.
Her first show in the sultanate was held in 1991 at the Al Bustan Palace InterContinental Hotel and in the 17-year gap, Bubbly has participated in around 25 group shows in Oman.
In the main lobby bar, where delegates partied until 3am every night, the cheapest bubbly is almost pounds 50.
Alex Harrop who was described as "lively and bubbly
Add cooked beans and some corn, heat until bubbly, and wrap into a tortilla.
He told prosecutor Patrick Harrington, QC: ``She was a very outgoing, bubbly, life and soul of the party kind of person.
Bubbly, frothy, witty, charming--that's what gay used to mean back in the days when Noel Coward was the gayest playwright around, in both senses of the word.
Modern bubbly beer and sparkling wine are produced either as real ale, via the champaignoise method, by adding a bit of sugar right before bottling to reactivate the yeasts, or in the case of commercial pasteurized beers and certain unmentionable wines, by bubbling CO[sub]2 under pressure at bottling.
So stock up if there's a special vintage you fancy, but otherwise you'll probably be able to get some bubbly to toast in the new century.
Two reception tables on the red carpet were earmarked for Barefoot and their award winning Barefoot Bubbly California Chardonnay Champagne Extra Dry & Brut.