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mud bath

The use of mud in order to apply moist heat.
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"It was a classic Scottish Cup tie with all the ingredients - a mudbath of a pitch and a capacity crowd.
It was an absolute mudbath and yes I thrived on it and loved it, especially as we won.
A 420-day lay-off and a mudbath proved just too much for a champion trying to stay unbeaten for 19 straight bouts.
Last year, the city's most popular annual event had to be scrapped at the last minute after days of rain turned the park in Earlsdon into a mudbath.
Thousands of fans left in a convoy of buses, cars, taxis and motorhomes following a soggy weekend that saw the site reduced to a mudbath. Samantha Keiller, of Dundee, said: "We are knackered.
The news comes as a one-day cricket match was cancelled and hundreds of music fans were forced to sleep in their cars in traffic which became gridlocked as the rain turned the Isle of Wight Festival into a mudbath.
MUDBATH: People cross a street littered with mud and rocks yesterday outside a shopping centre that was flooded in Funchal, the Madeira Island''s capital
Many slated the inclusion of Paolo Nutini and Amy Macdonald in the line-up but Connect was the best festival of the summer - despite the mudbath on the final day.
I cannot believe anyone - professionals, punters or racegoers - would prefer to see horses slogging through a mudbath to racing on a fair surface like Polytrack.
They made the move after being left with a clean-up bill in excess of pounds 50,000 last year when torrential rain turned the site into a mudbath.
THOSE who yearn for football played on mudbath pitches of the 1970s like Derby's Baseball Ground should head for Scotland in June.
Like this one, most of the finishes came at a near walk, but Roman Ark had the right name for a mudbath and duly romped home in the final handicap chase.