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bathtub

A tub for bathing, usually a fixed plumbing installation designed for one person.
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"It's shocking that teenagers are drinking the equivalent of a bathtub of sugary drinks a year.
The moon's dry regions, on the other hand, show traces of evaporated material, similar to the rings that form on bathtubs.
ALL you really need to start experiencing these five benefits of taking a bath is a bathtub and running water.
"Restoria takes pride in handcrafting all bathtub models using the best materials on the market," he adds.
While death in a bathtub may be rare in this part of the world, it is not uncommon in countries like the US and Japan (see box).
Japanese bathtubs are also deeper.In the US, federal mortality data in 2006 stated at least one American dies in a bathtub, hot tub or spa a day, with most of them high on alcohol or drugs.
They specialize in creating a high-end and luxury kitchen and bathroom faucets, shower systems, and bathtubs that could easily be described as works of art.
Priced at $14, the Alex's G&T is served in a miniature porcelain clawfoot bathtub with fresh mint and a silver straw.
The woman named Kiran allegedly hung herself after drowning her two children Imaan and Matthew in a bathtub.
Give your two-wheeled, pedaling tenants a hand keeping their riding equipment--and therefore, your property--clean with Bathtub for Bicycles, a 14-gauge stainless steel bike-wash station.
Douglas MacArthur briefly visited this city 72 years ago, and if there is one thing about that trip for which he is remembered, it's his white bathtub.
In early 2002, Moretrench American Corporation was asked to essentially save the "Bathtub" section of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York City.