effervescence


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effervescence

(ĕf-ĕr-vĕs′ĕns)
Formation of gas bubbles that rise to the surface of a fluid.
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Caveat: To retain the wine's effervescence twist-off caps are sealed on tight!
Effervescence always offers at least 33 different sparkling wines by the glass.
It has apple and citrus notes and the slight effervescence tingles on the palate.
"The first one is going to be the effervescence one and that will be done by Joe," Lisa Vernal, vice president of communications for the Challenger Center told International Business Times.
La revolution actuelle, continuite legitime d'un pays en pleine effervescence, repose sur le socle de cette synergie entre la Monarchie et le Peuple.
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That hand should be grasped in order to make this effervescence a national triumph.
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Recent months have been marked by an effervescence of digital innovation in banking and in the finance sector as a whole, with a by-product of growing enthusiasm over the prospects opened by the blockchain concept.
La ceremonie d'ouverture de ce concours, presidee par les autorites locales, a ete organisee a l'universite Mohamed-Cherif-Messaadia, creant une belle effervescence dans le campus.
But Root typifies an effervescence about this England squad that was not flattened by the second Test hammering at Lord's.
Very pale salmon, persistent effervescence but not aggressive or frothy.