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bubble top

n.
1. A transparent glass or plastic dome, such as one constructed over a swimming pool or courtyard.
2. A transparent, often bulletproof enclosure forming the top of an automobile.

bub′ble·top′ (bŭb′əl-tŏp′) adj.
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Apart from the comfortably designed individual seats, wide cargo space for luggage, and a bubbletop that allows more headroom for the passengers, the Traveller is also equipped with feature accessories that comes fitted as standard making the trip more enjoyable such as USB port, Aux-in, four speakers, MP3 and CD player that allows guests to listen to their favourite soundtracks while roaming around the island club.
* Polycarbonate bubbletop has seen a slight reduction in share during 2014 as hygiene concerns in the large Turkey market resulted in a volume contraction in this market.
A PPG-painted 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubbletop was named the 2015 Barrett-Jackson Cup Ultimate Best of Show winner at Circus Circus in Reno, Nevada.
In the absence of President Eisenhower, officials held brief welcoming ceremonies before Khrushchev entered the White House's bubbletop limousine that enabled spectators to see the passengers.
President Jack regrets riding into town with his bubbletop down.
If only the morning rain had persisted then the presidential limousine bubbletop would have been up, which although not bulletproof would have left Kennedy far less exposed and vulnerable to sniper fire; if only the original motorcade route had not been changed to include a slow turn into Elm Street, Dealey Plaza, the perfect spot for a turkey shoot, reducing the speed of the motorcade to 5 mph where the assassination took place; if only agents of the secret service had been riding on the running board of the limousine, severely restricting the line of fire; if only the limousine's driver had put his foot on the gas after the first shot, which was not fatal.
The hot chickens are merchandised in new packaging with a clear "bubbletop," which has been treated to prevent condensation from forming, according to Rand.