It is an inane town, filled with sham, and petty fraud, and snobbery, but the baths
Well, then, how's he going to take the sea baths
if it ain't on the sea?
Its wall included a large part of that plain where Julian had built his hot baths
or anything until we get to America and land.
And they themselves sit there nearly naked, like the signboards at our Public Baths
if I may say so.
Still, there were only the early grooms with their horses, and one gentleman with a little dark speck of a dog running before him, and one water-cart coming out of the town to get water for the baths
Were one to bump into a Bengal tiger in the ravine behind the Bimini Baths
, one could be no more surprised than was I to see a perfectly good quart thermos bottle turning and twisting in the surf of Cape Farewell at the southern extremity of Greenland.
The blacks were not outraged from the standpoint of cleanliness; they often took baths
in the cauldrons themselves.
He recognized that baths
were necessary and compulsory, although they were administered in much better fashion at Cedarwild, while Kwaque and Steward had made a sort of love function of it when they bathed
In these Russian (vapor) baths
the person extends himself on a bank or form, and as he gets accustomed to the heat, moves to another higher up towards the ceiling, where, of course, the vapor is warmest.
He had left a letter at the Baths
addressed to his physician, and his physician had got the letter, and the letter would be produced at the Inquest on the morrow, and it would fall like a thunderbolt upon the multitude he had deluded.
Each house consisted of two compartments, and each family at Lebrun's possessed a compartment for itself, fitted out with all the essential paraphernalia of the bath
and whatever other conveniences the owners might desire.
He lived at Bath
, and was much engaged in business.
I have mysterious knowledge which teaches me that there was an error that other time when it was thought the institution of the bath
banished the fountain.
The wedding was no distant event, as the parties had only themselves to please, and nothing but the necessary preparations to wait for; and when he set out for Bath
again, there was a general expectation, which a certain glance of Mrs.