local bath

local bath

Naturopathy
A technique in which a part of the body (e.g., an extremity or part thereof) is immersed in hot water, cold water, or alternating between hot and cold water. One such recommended regimen is three minutes of hot water followed by one minute of cold water, repeated three times.
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He warranted just a three out of 10 rating, the lowest handed out by the local Bath newspaper.
If you are looking for a way to relax and de-stress this winter, visiting your local bath house might be the answer.
With more than 20 years of beauty experience, Strong began her career in the industry during her college years in Boston where she served as store manager for the local Bath & Body Works.
Her hobby quickly turned into a thriving local bath and body business.
"When my mother lost my twin, she changed my name to Oakel, in order to keep the neighbours' jealous evil eyes off me," said Hajj Oakel, owner of a local bath house, justifying the reason behind his unusual name.
Future Polymers, headed by brothers Adam and David Mosley and based at Milnsbridge, was born out of a problem faced by a local bath manufacturer.
A novel solution was reached in collaboration with the local Bath Cats & Dogs Home.
It turned out there wasn't room for both: "I'd set my heart on having this awesome maple veneer and glass basin cabinet I'd seen in a local bath showroom, but I couldn't seem to make everything fit around it.
Jamie revelled in customs such as filling a "Tangier pot" with ingredients from the local market and then taking it to be cooked in the ashes of a local bath house, which he thought seemed like "going back to Oliver Twist Days".
As he groans and gripes we see his mum having some kind of affair with a pornographer and his dad trawling local bath houses in search of homosexual adventures.
This year Heart Research UK is asking people to take on the 'Swim the Channel Challenge' in their local baths to raise money for pioneering medical research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease.
My 86-year-old uncle is testament to that: he's become a popular member of the local baths' life-saving team despite his Zimmer frame.
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