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It is captioned "Sinn Fein's red lines" and also features an image of a man who is clearly Gerry Adams with a word bubble coming from his mouth containing the phrase "equality".
I don't want to use the word bubble because it's a weighted term, but you can be reasonably certain that a run-up like this will be followed by a re-adjustment.
A word bubble inside the hair salon scene reads, "I'm a beautician, not a magician.
Controlled vocabulary, word bubble explanations, timelines, and primary source documents offer a clear understanding about the topic.
After its initial call, UCLA still used the word bubble on lots of occasions.
For World Effects, the Messenger app can put an arrow in a photo to point to a landmark, or put word bubbles like "miss you", "bae", and the likes over the heads of people or even conjure a celebratory robot that plays three different kinds of music.
The text is incorporated seamlessly into the drawings -- sometimes presented in word bubbles, sometimes written upside down, and sometimes wrapping around the images.
There's some kind of alchemy, with the stories, the color, the layout, the panels and word bubbles," Mahoski said.
Word bubbles from the comic book text are clearly visible throughout the pieces and the viewer can read the dialog of our action heroes.
Word bubbles and panels are easy to follow, and readers will get caught up in the story of Barbara Gordon and her entry back into the crime-fighting world.
Caricature art with jokes in word bubbles mix with paragraph text.