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abubble

[uh-buhb-uh l] /əˈbʌb əl/
adjective
1.
bubbling, as while cooking or boiling.
2.
characterized by intense enthusiasm or activity:
The store was abubble with last-minute shoppers.
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70; a-1 + bubble
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  • The accuracy of the electronic meter was periodically checked with abubble flowmeter.
  • After sometime, abubble appeared all at once with an audible click.
  • Once abubble-free sample that filled the annulus completely was achieved, it was capped with a second quartz window.
  • At the beginning of the calculation, abubble nucleation site is placed at a random location within each element.
  • Once abubble-free sample that filled the annulus completely was achieved, it was capped using a second quartz window.
  • The gage-height element is actuated by afloat or abubble gage.

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