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A brand name for a whirlpool bath—now commonly used as a generic term—in which water is moved by powerful jets over the body. Jacuzzis are believed to promote relaxation, and be useful for musculoskeletal and sports injuries, and arthritic complaints
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here, a bar and swimming pool there...
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