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a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body

a large open vessel for holding or storing liquids

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the amount that a tub will hold

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We report the first case of a patient with chronic granulomatous dermatitis caused by a rarely described organism, Mycobacterium intermedium, which was associated with exposure in a home hot tub.
The symptoms were similar to those of reported hot tub-associated cases (often called "hot tub lung"), but multiple samples from the respiratory tract and from the patient's shower and bathtub grew MAC with matching pulsed-field gel electrophoresis patterns, while specimens from his hot tub were negative (Chest 2005; 127:664-71).
For those buyers who still want the high-end, the company recently introduced its Morphosis line of tubs that costs between $19,999 up to $21,999.
Traditional freestanding tubs usually rest on ball-and-claw legs.
Directors Marcus Sleath and Rob Jones have seen a massive growth in the spa and hot tubs market this year.
Almost all manufacturers of Sit Tubs market a lift designed to be used with their particular tub.
Design improvements to the relaunched tub include a denesting edge and redesigned base tot easy stacking.
It would be a huge overreaction to classify hot tubs as dangerous; the number of "problem" tubs represents an infinitesimal percentage of all units sold.
Our range of 500ml ice cream tubs have proved to be a huge success in their first year.
Tub arrangements, for example, should provide a convenient bar or shelf for towels so seated bathers can dry their hands and face before getting out.
The staff analysis of the drowning data provides little support for the hypothesis that caregivers are more inclined to leave infants unattended in tubs in the presence of a bath seat.
Because indoor hot tubs are becoming more common, said Rose, awareness of the risks associated with their use also will become more common.
A low-cost method of conveying castings from the molding shakeout to the cleaning room uses metal container's or tubs transported by forklift trucks or roller conveyors.
Herrin says the hot tubs come in 29 colors, weigh 50 pounds without water and are energy-efficient.
Caldera hot tubs are widely distributed throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.