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bathtub

A tub for bathing, usually a fixed plumbing installation designed for one person.
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The Bath Tub Safety Gate is also currently the subject of Utility Patent 8,443,470 B2 within United States Patent and Trademark Office
Shower or bath tub mixers with complex controls often mean that a person only notices that something is wrong with the temperature when it is already too late.
The 15-second visual also shows the 26-year-old star being spanked in a bath tub and practicing her dance moves in the studio.
Police were called and it is understood they pulled him out of a nearly overflowing bath tub, before struggling to get him under control.
Classic pop tunes you could sing all the time in the bath tub in the swinging 60's.
For that to happen, liquid jet fuel will need to flow through the Bloodhound engine's combustion chamber at a rate which would fill an average-sized bath tub in five seconds.
Designed by Carlo Dal Bianco for Rapsel, the Grand Tour bath tub is fabricated in natural acrylic resin.
The GAA star gave witness statements to police after he discovered his wife's body in the bath tub of their bedroom at the exclusive resort.
If it's too big, they can go in a bath tub, use detergent or vinegar to clean the foam.
Designer Niels Peter Estrup says: "Our baby bath tub took up far too much space in our small bathroom and so I embarked on a journey to replace the dated baby bath tub with a modern flat-folding bath tub.
Lindsay was later discovered tortured, strangled and covered in sand in a bath tub on the terrace at the flat.
BATHTIME can be fun time with the new Fisher-Price babygear Ocean Wonders Aquarium Bath Tub, above.