hubbly

hubbly

(ˈhʌbəlɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
having an uneven surface; rough; bumpy; choppy
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The CAADSTM platform provides an end-to-end solution for predictive analytics in healthcare, said Ravi Hubbly, vice president of data analytics products and services, Leidos.
After Iftar enjoy a breeze on the rooftop where different flavours of hubbly bubbly will be served.
Hubbly bubbly dreams and the one thousand and one nights' atmosphere can be experienced without rubbing the magic lamp.
The images projected through the endless tweets and posts using that hashtag were shameful - someone strolling down an airport in nothing but his "traditional" underwear, and a family cooking food and smoking hubbly bubbly a few meters from the Eiffel Tower
I told her to get rid of her hubbly bubbly (hookah).
In his 2002 novel "The Yacoubian Building", Aswany evokes the "voices, cries, laughter and coughing, doors shutting and opening, and the aroma of hot water, tea, coffee, charcoal and the muasal of shishas (sweetly flavoured tobacco of hubbly bubblies).
The pastime of smoking shisha - also known as nargile, hubbly bubbly, hookah or by other names across the Middle East - is engrained in Jordanian culture from the time of the Ottoman Empire.
PRIZE: Winner of best turned out at the Horseman''s Carol Service was Lisa Emmerson riding Hubbly Bubbly, pictured with judge Michael Pickering.
Because the Canadian crooner let slip he's written ALL his songs after a bit of hubbly Bubl.
Fadhil Safar stressd here on Monday the need to take the necessary requirements and regulations to prohibit smoking and the hubbly bubbly, known as "shisha," in public places, restaurants and cafes.
The harm caused by one "round" of shisha [also called nargileh, hubbly bubbly or hookah] is the equivalent of an entire pack of cigarettes.
Eight-year-old Hubbly Bubbly gelding who won a point-to-point and novice hurdle in 2008 and a novice handicap chase (beating subsequent dual winner Chicago Alley) in March 257 Modern Man.