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thermal spring

[′thər·məl ′spriŋ]
(hydrology)
A spring whose water temperature is higher than the local mean annual temperature of the atmosphere.
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With the arrival of the harsh winter conditions, thermal springs became a haunt not only for people but also water buffaloes which feels great deal of joy.
Rhondda councillor Robert Bevan said: "The opportunity to visit the historic thermal spring that gave the village of Taffs Well its name is one not to be missed."
This derma-cosmetic range is aimed at consumers rather than clinics and doctors, and uses thermal spring water and offers remedies for ageing, acne and sun-sensitivity.
Pamukkale and Denizli is a must see place with ancient cities of Hierapolis, Laodikeia and Tripolis, thermal springs and travertines.
The island has more than 100 thermal springs and many hotels have their own naturally-heated pools and spas offering all manner of treatments tailored to relax, rejuvenate or offer therapy.
.Quinn, who had also been on the mark with Superstar Leo at Catterick in the afternoon, gave up his final mount of the evening after feeling unwell following his fourth-placed finish on Thermal Spring in the mile maiden fillies' stakes.
But the Icelandic thermal spring treatment proved just the tonic for Jarvis and Pulp after their stamina- sapping 250-date world tour.
Keywords: Thermal Spring Waters, South Africa, Traditional Healers, Historical Balneological Uses
AVeNE CLEANANCE EMULSION (pounds 9.50/40ml, chemists or call 0845 117 0116 for stockists) This contains thermal spring water from the South of France, famous for its soothing and anti-irritant properties.
Among proposed innovations are a grass turfed roof, solar panels to provide energy,equipment to collect and re-use rain water and the possible use of a thermal spring under the foundations for central heating.
The Eau Thermale Avene range steps in to help with its range that contains natural Avene thermal spring water to protect and hydrate.