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News Channel 12 New Bern
August 13Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional p
August 13
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 9 days ago
Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional pop musician and singer famous for his song "Tiny Bubbles," is born in Honolulu. He died of heart failure at age 76 on April 14, 2007. 1926: Fidel Castro, Cuban... Read more
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KECI Missoula
August 13Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional p
August 13
KECI Missoula / Posted 11 days ago
Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional pop musician and singer famous for his song "Tiny Bubbles," is born in Honolulu. He died of heart failure at age 76 on April 14, 2007. 1926: Fidel Castro, Cuban... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
August 13Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional p
August 13
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 11 days ago
Kentucky, would run for 43 years. 1930: Don Ho, the Hawaiian and traditional pop musician and singer famous for his song "Tiny Bubbles," is born in Honolulu. He died of heart failure at age 76 on April 14, 2007. 1926: Fidel Castro, Cuban... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The New York Times just discovered Topo Chico's 'lightning in a bottle' greatnesslike "lightening in a bottle," one he's "dying for another taste" of. "I think
The New York Times just discovered Topo Chico's 'lightning in a bottle' greatness
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 19 days ago
like "lightening in a bottle," one he's "dying for another taste" of. "I think there's extra surface tension in those tiny bubbles that deliver a very uplifting effect," he told The New York Times. "The supreme effervescence influenced a lot... Read more
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Wired News
Use This Fancy Foam for Cooking, Not for Dance Partiesa bit out of hand, because making your own culinary foam is delicious and scien
Use This Fancy Foam for Cooking, Not for Dance Parties
Wired News / Posted 22 days ago
a bit out of hand, because making your own culinary foam is delicious and scientific. Foam is simply a liquid loaded with tiny bubbles. What’s supporting that structure is some sort of thickening agent—agar (from algae), lecithin (typically from... Read more
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Daily Mail
The secret cyberattack missions of America's stealth subs revealedto be developed. The technique could even be used to aid swimmers, he believes
The secret cyberattack missions of America's stealth subs revealed
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
to be developed. The technique could even be used to aid swimmers, he believes. 'If a swimsuit can create and hold many tiny bubbles in water, it can significantly reduce the water drag; swimming in water could be as effortless as flying in the... Read more
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The Columbian
Say aloha to Hawaiian funmainland generated a boatload of unforgettably poppy English-language tunes, su
Say aloha to Hawaiian fun
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
mainland generated a boatload of unforgettably poppy English-language tunes, such as “Little Grass Shack,” “Hukilau” and “Tiny Bubbles.” There are numerous age, gender and style divisions, and winners selected by a panel of expert judges will... Read more
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CBC.ca
Billion-year-old air reveals surprise about oxygen on ancient Earthit forms crystals of salt called halite — very similar to the kind we sprinkle
Billion-year-old air reveals surprise about oxygen on ancient Earth
CBC.ca / Posted 27 days ago
it forms crystals of salt called halite — very similar to the kind we sprinkle on our food. In the process, it often traps tiny bubbles of fluid or air from the atmosphere at the time it forms. That happened in the Officer Basin in southwestern... Read more
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Business Wire
Global Aerospace Foam Market Report 2016- Aeron Systems, Aerospace Alloys, BASFand others in various aerospace applications. Polyethylene is closed-cell foam
Global Aerospace Foam Market Report 2016- Aeron Systems, Aerospace Alloys, BASF
Business Wire / Posted 29 days ago
and others in various aerospace applications. Polyethylene is closed-cell foam whose structure is made up of millions of tiny bubbles, sealed off from each other. Polyethylene foam is a durable, lightweight, resilient, closed-cell material.... Read more

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