Jacuzzi


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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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An impressive master bedroom features a range of fitted furniture, separate walk in wardrobe with dressing area and en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath.
"We bought the first pink mobile mammogram unit in the country, based in Selly Oak, as we are always looking for ways to promote awareness of this terrible disease in our diverse community." The Floozie in the Jacuzzi's official name is 'The River' and is part of a set of sculptures in Birmingham's Victoria Square created by Indian sculptor Dhruva Mistry.
Jacuzzi Brands said that both companies are complementary to its core business and are led by management teams, which will remain in place as the businesses continue to operate independently.
The three-storey facility has 10 single rooms, changing and shower areas; and two couple rooms with a jacuzzi and welcome areas.
The "Jacuzzi of Despair" is located at a depth of about 3,300 feet in the Gulf of Mexico and was found by (http://www.nautiluslive.org/) E/V Nautilus , an ocean research vessel based out of San Pedro, Calif.
There are also four bathrooms, a wet room and a Jacuzzi bath.
The tub has been stripped down and repairman Richard Haigh is waiting for prices on parts from Jacuzzi.
The so-called 'Floozie in the Jacuzzi' fountain is now a flower bed <B
"I remember actually stopping myself once, mid-aggressive conversation, because we'd gone to this five-star resort and the Jacuzzi was cold.
Comparing effect of two methods of recovery on Jacuzzi recovery and mild swimming recovery on amount of lactic acid of blood
Outside, Spindrift surprises with a Jacuzzi in the landscaped ground.
56 Packard's Road, Pool, Jacuzzi, Lounge, Outdoor Pool,