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mud bath

The use of mud in order to apply moist heat.
See also: bath
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According to Sport24, Genov said that Dimitrov ducked out of the game, which they lost 4-0, in order to go and have the mud bath, adding that he has now been sacked after an investigation.
Mud baths have been known and used for thousands of years, but their mechanism is not fully understood.
In addition they played in heavy boots and slipped and skidded around on pitches that were often little more than icy mud baths trying to move leather footballs that, as the game progressed, became as heavy as lead.
Production of matrix metalloproteinases and their inhibitors in osteoarthritic patients undergoing mud bath therapy.
INDULGE in a sulphur mud bath on the island of Vulcano.
The mud bath could give a boost to this sloughing process, says Dr.
``The safety of the racers is always uppermost in our minds and we've now taken a good two-to-three inches off the top of the track which had become a mud bath and brought in new sand to replace it.
Yvonne Meier giving Ishmael Houston-Jones a mud bath. Jennifer Monson swinging a twelve-foot ladder in circles in the dark.
Five winners, along with guest, will each receive a four-day, three-night Ultimate Get-Dirty Get-Away Vacation, choosing from a river rafting trip down Cataract Canyon, a mud bath at a Sonoma, CA, spa, or a mountain biking trip through Moab, UT.
Five winners, along with a guest, will each receive a four-day, three-night Ultimate Get-Dirty Get-Away Vacation, choosing from a river rafting trip down Cataract Canyon, a mud bath at a Sonoma, CA, spa, or a mountain biking trip through Moab, UT.
First came the mud bath. I made it clear from the start that I had to have a mud bath.
We reviewed some of the symbol," we had seen during the past week, particularly the Kiowa shields in George Keahbone's The Mud Bath Ceremonial.