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Synonyms for bubbler

a public fountain to provide a jet of drinking water

any of various devices in which air or some other gas is bubbled through a liquid

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The talent programme was set up by BBC Radio 6 Music DJ Gilles Peterson and anyone with an interest in developing their musical talents can approach the Future Bubblers team on Saturday with any questions.
About 850 fixtures were tested across the district, including each sink tap and drinking fountain bubbler fixture, and that significantly added to the number of sources that were sampled, McGillivray said.
This research aimed to assess the performance of bubbler and basin irrigation methods in terms of water use efficiency, water saving and plant growth parameters of Sindhri and Chaunsa mango varieties.
Paola, from Clwt-y-Bont near Caernarfon, said: "We're one of only two professional bubblers in the UK, and there's about 200 professional bubblers in the world.
But when using water, you need to decide how to apply built-in lines cross-drilled in the mold or bubblers.
The bubblers blow argon gas bubbles into the facility's 65-ton melter to increase the temperature and make it more uniform throughout the molten glass.
Peterson also invited the group to perform a live session at the famous Maida Vale studios and licensed Finest Hour for his Brownswood Bubblers album series, which had already featured notable talents Jamie Woon, Flying Lotus and Floating Points.
They also used air bubblers and controlled water and air temperatures to create ocean-like conditions in the laboratory.
By first bell the next day, water bubblers were covered, hand-sanitizers had been placed in restrooms and water bottle stations were set up on each floor.
GCS was a manufacturer of commercial beverage equipment including the Starbucks coffee brewer, commercial coffee grinders, frozen beverage machines, juice bubblers, etc.
Irrigation is achieved with bubblers or drip emitters that discretely water your selected species and nothing more, rather than by sprinklers that throw water all over the place.
See "Drippers, Bubblers, Sprinklers and Sprayers" on p.
Duquette says bubblers are neither hydro massage nor therapeutic and doubts the tubs' resilience in the face of bacteria.
The Champagne Bubbler Series has air bubblers strategically located in the bottom radius of the bathing well that pulsate thousands of warmed bubbles to refresh the skin and massage the body.