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Rotors excite the mixture, and the metals literally froth out of the troughs attached to air bubbles.
Some of this froth is so light--because of the many gas bubbles--that it floats on water.
Normally, after four years of a bull market, you start to see dangerous signs of froth in the market.
Creating a novel that offers both froth and substance can be compared to being a barista.
Froth at the top, dregs at bottom, but the middle excellent.
Nevertheless, scientists have been baffled about how and why these substances begin to froth out of material in the mantle.
And there is an occasional tendency to froth and feathers, lines that too coyly regard themselves as curious poetic fragments.
With a whisk, froth unfrozen chamomile milk and drizzle a bit over each plate.
In the months immediately following the discovery, political controversy was added to this froth of speculation.
Even the spelling of her name can still get locals to froth at the mouth.
The pounding outrigger and hull beat up a froth that attracts the tuna, bringing them right up under the stern.
It's unfortunate that true investigational work is not done on these type of cases before everyone starts to froth at the mouth.
Yet, amid such alarmist froth, the placid waters will still flow.
But behind the froth and fury are two important points.
Local equity and property markets are starting to froth.
Adding to the froth has been the sudden influx of new kinds of financial investors into the oil market.
The transaction tax itself will do nothing to address the froth of the markets.
Add water and bring to a boil, skimming froth occasionally.
Bring pork and water to a boil in a large pot, skimming froth, then reduce heat to a simmer.
Another way is to let the butter first come to a froth and a fume, then in with the meat.
At certain rpm, resonant frequencies would cause the fuel mixture to froth, leaning out the fuel and burning the pistons.
The nitrification-denitrification process on occasion can produce a heavy biological froth on the surface of the aeration tanks.
Improve fiber yield through understanding of fiber entrapment in froth and control of froth stability.
Here an oil rich emulsion of bitumen, fine mineral, and water rises to surface and overflows into a froth collection system.
What shoots out will be a one-directional surge of froth, which may even grow a little more after it leaves the bottle.
They can also dispense hot water for tea and hot steam to froth and steam milk.
Stir fruits and honey together in a pot and gently simmer until a small amount of froth appears.
The line carries denatured alcohol to the froth cells.
Everywhere, the edges of the wave crests are blown into froth.

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