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hissing and bubbling

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Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Gould said Fizzy kept clear of the cash and was treated with "respect and deference" by the rest of the group, despite only being in his 20s.
The report states that the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released a report recommending that the UAE tax sugar and fizzy drinks, reduce salt in packed products and have clear food labelling to control diabetes.
Instead of taxing fizzy drinks, he said, schools should allow young people greater freedom to take part in physical activities.
Ball of flames: The lorry, believed to be carrying fizzy drinks, alight on the M6 yesterday.
Children who are dehydrated need a higher level care but fruit juices and fizzy drinks should still not be given.
Another popular one is bellini, made by mixing a third white peach nectare with two thirds fizzy wine.
A rebound in the fizzy drinks market helped the company out-perform the soft drinks sector as carbonates volumes grew by 8.1 per cent in the period.
A RESURGENT fizzy drinks market helped soft drinks giant Britvic post a healthy gain in pre-tax profits today.
TEA is becoming the in-thing for younger people fed-up with fizzy drinks and coffee.
BRIAN RUMNEY hopes to have Fizzy Lady back in action in time to defend the Climax Fishing Tack Handicap she won at Sheffield last year.
Each replaced fizzy drinks with milk, fruit juices and water.
FIZZY drinks are the major factor behind increasing tooth erosion among British teenagers, a study reveals.