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01. The [bubbles] in the champagne tickled my nose.
02. Rubber is the ingredient in gum which allows the chewer to blow [bubbles].
03. The Asian economic [bubble] burst around the mid 1990s.
04. The pop you hear when you crack your knuckles is actually a [bubble] of gas bursting.
05. [Bubbles] in champagne were seen by early wine makers as undesirable.
06. Veronika sat in the bath, playing with the [bubbles], and drinking champagne.
07. We mixed some fruit juice, frozen berries and a couple of bottles of [bubbly] to make a nice punch for the party.
08. The children spent the afternoon sitting on the porch blowing [bubbles].
09. She was very [bubbly] and talkative at the party; quite different from the shy girl she seemed in the office.
10. The soup is [bubbling]; I think it's ready to eat.
11. After his car went into the water, he was able to keep alive by breathing in air [bubbles] that were trapped here and there.
12. The current economic boom is Qatar is being fuelled by a giant [bubble] of natural gas discovered under the sandy bottom of the Persian Gulf.
13. She is a very friendly, [bubbly] girl with tons of friends.
14. The melted butter [bubbled] in the frying pan.
15. The baby was happily playing with the soap [bubbles] in the bathtub.
16. A Tibetan proverb suggests that words are mere [bubbles] of water, whereas deeds are drops of gold.
17. Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, "Truth is tough. It will not break, like a [bubble], at the touch, nay, you may kick it about all day like a football, and it will be round and full at evening."

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