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ef·fer·vesce

(ef-ĕr-ves'),
To boil up or cause bubbles to rose to the surface of a fluid in large numbers, as in the evolution of CO2 from aqueous solution when the pressure is reduced.
[L. ef-fervesco, to boil up, from ferveo, to boil]

effervesce

Etymology: Gk, effervescere, to foam up
to produce small bubbles or foam on the release of gas from a fluid.

effervesce

(ef″ĕr-ves′) [L. effervescere, to boil up]
To form bubbles; to become fizzy, foamy, or frothy.
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Progressive four-year-old Effervesce looks a good bet to follow up her recent course win in the Bet Direct Tax Free Betting Fillies' Handicap.
Technology effervesce in this market manifests itself in the form of device miniaturization and sophistication, which together are leading to the development of sleek, and compact, handheld blood gas analyzers.
DAVID PIPE has welcomed the Coolmore contingent of John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith to his list of owners, with four-year-old filly Effervesce set to carry the famous navy blue silks, writes Stuart Riley.
Effervesce fell and broke her off-fore leg with two furlongs left to travel, giving Joe Fanning a nasty fall and was put down.
Drowne opened his scoring when bringing Channon's Najeebon with a strong run to get up close to home and beat Loyal Tycoon by a neck with Effervesce one and three-quarter lengths further away in third in the Tote Placepot Stakes (Showcase Handicap).
John Quinn's filly took the eye last time out at Newcastle - her third start of the campaign - when she finished third, beaten three-quarters of a length behind the winner Effervesce.
His short head win over Effervesce and If By Chance followed his Royal Ascot double on Queen's Logic in the Queen Mary Stakes and Harmonic Way in the Cork and Orrery Stakes.
It is comprised of a combination of an acid component and a carbonate salt component which, when dissolved together in the oral cavity, combine to effervesce.
Eddie Ahern was also in double form, taking the older fillies' maiden on the evenmoney favourite Effervesce and following up on Rigidity in the 1m21/2f handicap.
Pointing to the detailed new model, she said: "At the top, here, water will bubble and effervesce, like champagne.
If a diver or astronaut moves to a lower pressure too quickly, dissolved gases can literally -- and fatally -- effervesce out of the blood.
Both Dazzle The Crowd and Star Hill showed enough on their only starts to suggest they could prove tough rivals, and at least one of them will hopefully improve enough to thwart the exposed Effervesce.