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“Strohmeyer's Bubbles is a work of art, and Bubbles has made great strides, albeit stumbling ones, since her debut in _Bubbles Unbound _in 2001.”
“Brain Bubbles also formed the key argument Greenspan and Summers used to explain why lawmakers couldn't regulate the derivatives market: The wizards on Wall Street were too brilliant, their models too complex, for mere mortals to understand.”
“Brain Bubbles start with an innocuous "whiz kid" moniker in undergrad, which later escalates to "wunderkind.”
“Bubbles is the Romanization of “booba” which means … nipples.”
“You sparkled on every occasion with a laugh that got you dubbed Bubbles, but you thought you were dumb and small.”
“There is, however, one man who ` s usually at that drum circle who was not, and he goes by the name Bubbles or Bubble Man.”
“Bubbles" has recently opened a restaurant in downtown Halifax called Bubbles Mansion and we had lunch there today.”
“And at first glance, it appears "Bubbles" -- the Leaping Lion logo that debuted in 1960 -- will be a bit more menacing when the team's new look is unveiled, likely before next month's draft.”
“Press Frustration With McCain Bubbles Over: Is This The ‘No-Talk Express?’”
“And this brings us to a central and often overlooked cause of the global financial crisis: Brain Bubbles.”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
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