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We wore white organdy dresses and waved regally from the queen's frothy float.
And a frothy, milk-based frappé ends the meal on a simple, healthy note.
Light and frothy, with subtle but delicious hints of lemon and almond.
Prices continue to head north in what is becoming a market that is as frothy as art.
Immune to poisons in some plants, hedgehogs sometimes eat those plants and then make a frothy saliva in their mouths.
Before long, the first frothy waves begin splashing over her broad back.
Beat egg whites with an electric mixer at medium speed until frothy.
Beat whites in standing electric mixer on medium speed until frothy.
Thanks to frothy equity markets, the industry is closest to overcoming the first barrier-exiting current investments.
Bulls point out that share prices are not, on average, particularly frothy as a multiple of profits.
But many of those jobs depended on a frothy construction industry.
Chastened regulators now talk about a presumption of guilt, not innocence, when prices look frothy.
The property market is also starting to look frothy: prices of prime residential property in many big cities are soaring.
The same argument applies for ramping down spending during frothy times.
Now, with the economy teetering on the brink of recession and prices frothy, stagflation is the word of the hour.
In frothy markets, investors tend to form unrealistic expectations.
Summer brings out a wave of light and frothy surveys.
Specialty drinks include bubble tea, frothy milk tea, flavored tea and smoothies.
People dance and drink the frothy brew all night long.
Because of frequent expectoration of frothy saliva from the mouth, he was placed in isolation.
Frothy lava, cooled in the air, created the large cinder cones throughout the monument.
Saliva, sometimes called spit, is the watery and usually frothy substance produced in the mouths of humans.

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