BATH


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AcronymDefinition
BATHBeast and the Harlot (song)
BATHBacterial Adhesion to Hydrocarbon (aka Bacterial Adherence to Hydrocarbon; microbiology)
BATHBest Available True Heading
BATHBathing persons with Alzheimer’s disease aT Home Study (National Instutute on Aging clinical trial)
BATHBlowed All To Hell
BATHBritish Association of Therapeutical Hypnotists (est. 1951; UK)
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When she brought the soap and towels, I told her that I was used to taking my bath without help.
The new Friederichsbad is a very large and beautiful building, and in it one may have any sort of bath that has ever been invented, and with all the additions of herbs and drugs that his ailment may need or that the physician of the establishment may consider a useful thing to put into the water.
That's only in the summer time, when he comes there to take the sea baths.
These dear souls came not to Sab- bath school because it was popular to do so, nor did I teach them because it was reputable to be thus engaged.
Janet had gone away to get the bath ready, when my aunt, to my great alarm, became in one moment rigid with indignation, and had hardly voice to cry out, 'Janet
After awhile they saw her come again fresh from the bath, very fair to see, and having flowers twined among her hair, and as she walked she sang a song of love.
He went away for a dust bath under the castor-oil bushes, while Teddy's father beat the dead Karait.
Take it with you and place the thing which is at present most in your thoughts into a bath filled with roses and rub it well with the green liquid.
Then Arete told her maids to set a large tripod upon the fire as fast as they could, whereon they set a tripod full of bath water on to a clear fire; they threw on sticks to make it blaze, and the water became hot as the flame played about the belly of the tripod.
This particular kind of bath is not adapted for a flea.
She had passed 2 Years at one of the first Boarding-schools in London; had spent a fortnight in Bath and had supped one night in Southampton.
She disliked Bath, and did not think it agreed with her; and Bath was to be her home.