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bubble

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

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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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An academic examination of the minutia of comics and comic production, this volume presents modern scholarship on such topics as balloonics (the quantitative analysis of speech balloon shapes), augmentations and prevalence across the works of several popular comic artists, a discussion of the work of William Hogarth, the seventeenth century English artist and his contributions to the development of comics and several essays covering the adaptation of literature to comics and comics as non-fiction.
Speech Balloon Get the latest word on the comic bookscece in the Midlands and around the globe.
MDI's models which typically have a rounded shape, "a bit like a speech balloon in a cartoon", include the Minicat urban vehicle, the Citycat for longer distances with an added tank for ethanol, diesel or bio-fuel and a taxi version.
If you were to write a speech balloon for his response, what would it say?
This picture's speech balloon gives you one of Lincoln's many comments about slavery.
They proposed that Lichtenstein lets us know that the comic strip character is feeling anxious by indicating this thought in the speech balloon.
For more visit the Mail's comics blog, Speech Balloon, at http://blogs.
The TV's speech balloon seems to be a news report on what topic?
For example, Felix used his speech balloon as a parachute and his pointy ears as a scissors.