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“April at Eclectic Effervescence spent three years trying to get pregnant.”
“My daughter Emma and I share a fondness for Linkin Park, The Black Eyed Peas, and Evanescence though I once mistakenly called them Effervescence and she almost died of embarrassment.”
“_Fermentation, Effervescence_, and _Decrepitation_ of this life.”
“Effervescence takes place, with generation of fumes.”
“For sulphureous Exhalations bursting out together with the Waters, the fulmineous Matter in the Air is set on Fire when it meets with Exhalations or Vapours with which it can excite a vehement Effervescence.”
“That's Laurie's name for me, although lately he's taken to calling me Effervescence.”
“Four or five years ago I asked what was his weak point, and was told that he had two, 'Effervescence,' and 'Theology.”
“Treatment of Champagne after it comes from the Wine-Press -- Racking and Blending of the Wine -- Deficiency and Excess of Effervescence --”
“Effervescence enough; Decrees passed by acclamation to-day, repealed by vociferation to-morrow; temper fitful, most rotatory changeful, always headlong!”
“Nothing will convince these men that they cannot scatter the French Revolution at the first blast of their war-trumpet; that the French Revolution is other than a blustering Effervescence, of brawlers and spouters, which, at the flash of chivalrous broadswords, at the rustle of gallows-ropes, will burrow itself, in dens the deeper the welcomer.”
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