This is not merely a function of geography or reaction to Western adopted methods, rather, it effervesces
with the capacity to translate Africa's endowment and human capital into her advantage by designing approaches to make her uniqueness a success in the wider context of world business.
Miriam and Moses's Exodus tambourine song, by contrast, practically effervesces
in its joy:
When the water-soluble container is immersed in water, at least a part of the water-soluble container dissolves releasing the composition which effervesces
in water, and wherein the resultant aqueous mixture formed is at a pH of greater than 7.
The evolutionary wound we bear has been the creation of a thing abstracted out of time yet trapped within it: the mind, by chance distorted, locked into a white-ribbed cage which effervesces
into air the moment it approaches wisdom.
It is massive and hard and effervesces
strongly with HCl.
The fountain also reflects parts of the Princess's life - on one side the water bubbles and effervesces
down a gentle slope, whereas on the other side it tumbles down, cascades, then rocks and rolls from side to side in a joyous way, before turning over on itself, perhaps representing the turmoil in her life.