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  1. bubblesnoun

    Sparkling wine; champagne.

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  1. Bubbles

    Reginald "Bubbles" Cousins is a fictional character on the HBO drama The Wire, played by actor Andre Royo. Bubbles is a recovering heroin addict. His real name is not revealed until a fourth-season episode when he is called "Mr. Cousins" and in the fifth-season premiere when he is called "Reginald". Bubbles has a son named KeyShawn, who lives with his mother. Bubbles is a crucial informant for the police throughout the series due to his extraordinarily detailed knowledge of the streets of Baltimore and their inhabitants. Despite his long-standing history of heroin abuse, Bubbles is an intelligent and compassionate man who genuinely cares about his friend Johnny Weeks and Sherrod, the teenager he "adopts". His struggle to deal with his addiction and make a better life for himself is a major sub-plot over the course of the five seasons of the series.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bubbles in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bubbles in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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  1. Chris Harrison:

    There is a supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way, there is now good evidence that this black hole has driven large amounts of energy into the galaxy in the past, through the so-called ‘Fermi Bubbles,’ as well as other evidence. It is likely that billions of years ago the Milky Way was forming stars much more rapidly and the black hole may have played a role in shutting this down. However, this is not well understood. It is worth pointing out that the galaxies where we believe supermassive black holes have had the most influence are ‘dead’ with little-to-no stars forming. In contrast, the Milky Way is still forming stars (around one per year).

  2. Yang Hai:

    The government is facing a dilemma. Businesses are struggling under the current environment so NDRC hopes rate cuts can reduce their cost burden, but easing monetary policies further risks fuelling property price bubbles, as people have little inclination to invest in the real economy.

  3. Nick Rose:

    Basically, at the bottom of the ship we have four different grates that create very fine bubbles.

  4. Marc Ambinder:

    In the United States, the idea of a deep state offends our common notions of representative government and transparency, so it’s easy to use the term as a weapon against enemies and as a catch-all explanation when things don’t go the way they ought to. This is dangerous because we live in our bubbles, and we are less likely to accept the non-conspiratorial answer for something if it doesn’t fit for our preconceptions.

  5. Cyril Brun:

    The yeast converts the sugar into alcohol, and because of the pressure, carbon dioxide is created, providing a shower of bubbles.

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