form bubbles

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v form bubbles become bubbly or frothy or foaming "The boiling soup was frothing","The river was foaming","Sparkling water"
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Usage

In literature:

It seemed as if a bubble of air, formed deep in my ear, swelled, and burst there.
"The Room in the Dragon Volant" by J. Sheridan LeFanu
The bubbling air seemed to draw in on itself and take solid form.
"The Dueling Machine" by Benjamin William Bova
Nor does the resemblance fail when we consider the general functions discharged while the bubble maintained its form.
"History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)" by John William Draper
A thin skin formed rapidly, grew thicker; the other open end of the U-tube began to bubble violently.
"A Feast of Demons" by William Morrison
The other way in which Bubble Bowling may be played is much simpler, and does not require an even number of players, as no sides are formed.
"St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 8, May 1886, No. 7." by Various
I have now brought the whole bubble back to the spherical form.
"Soap-Bubbles" by C. V. Boys
There lay a pool formed by a stream that bubbled from beneath the springhouse at the foot of the hill.
"Old Farm Fairies:" by Henry Christopher McCook
Elderly people try, but they only make themselves ridiculous, and the bubbles will not form.
"Furze the Cruel" by John Trevena
The charged gases when bubbled through water formed a cloud.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia" by Various
Then we dived under the water and our giggles came up in the form of my specialty, bubbles.
"Vacation with the Tucker Twins" by Nell Speed
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In poetry:

I fly. Decked forms and landscape bare,
Enticements robbed of every spell,
Frivolities no longer fair,
Ye bubbles all, farewell!
"Free" by Alfred Austin
Of sunset-light is formed each wall;
Each dome a rainbow-bubble seems;
And every spire that towers tall
A ray of golden moonlight gleams;
Of opal-flame is every hall.
"The Cloud-Islands" by Clark Ashton Smith

In news:

Basically, the skin forms a bubble filled with liquid that is designed to protect the damaged area.
A new study suggests bubbles like those in fizzy champagne form more rapidly, and more easily, than previously thought.
When these impulses interact with Emmi- dent 's own toothpaste, they cause millions of infinitesimal "nano-bubbles" to form and then collapse.
Dissolved air flotation is the fundamental physics of PIOx: When pressure is released in a pressurized fluid, bubbles are formed, and those bubbles attach to particles.
We watched as a ring of tiny bubbles formed in the pot in front of us.
Once the tray is heated, the film expands to form a bubble and then self vents and relaxes over the food.
Toledo is now known as the birthplace of the studio glass movement, but participants at a glass workshop 50 years ago had trouble even forming a bubble.
And you'll delight in the long veins of gray-and-pink granite where molten magma once bubbled up through rifts in the planet's skin and then was smoothed by millennia of sea action to form sculpture you can walk on.
Just be sure to give the batter a good stir to release any air bubbles that may have formed while the previous batch was in the oven.
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In science:

The existing observational data on the system PSR J0538+2817/SNR S147 were used to suggest that the progenitor of the supernova that formed S147 was a Wolf-Rayet star (so that the supernova explosion occurred within a wind bubble surrounded by a massive shell) and to constrain the parameters of the binary system.
On the Present and Future of Pulsar Astronomy
When bubbles of the new phase form, the pressure jumps to its new value. ∆p has a simple and direct relationship with the change in free energy.
Finite temperature corrections and embedded strings in noncommutative geometry and the standard model with neutrino mixing
If R is the charactersitc bubble size and H is the Hubble parameter when they form, then the fraction of energy density in gravity waves at the time of production is ρgw /ρtot ∼ (RH )2 at frequencies f ∼ 1/R.
Theory and Numerics of Gravitational Waves from Preheating after Inflation
Another example is the bubble-like configuration described by non-linear scalar fields where the wave-like dispersion is violated, as for bubbles formed from a first order phase transition.
Theory and Numerics of Gravitational Waves from Preheating after Inflation
It already appeared in the context of gravity wave emission from the collision of bubbles formed from first order phase transitions (in the thin-wall approximation) , .
Theory and Numerics of Gravitational Waves from Preheating after Inflation
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