Suddenly she jumped up onto a tub
to be higher than he, embraced him so that both her slender bare arms clasped him above his neck, and, tossing back her hair, kissed him full on the lips.
Down below, the rasping sound of rough salt rubbed on rough flesh sounded like the whirring of a grindstone - a steady undertune to the "click-nick" of the knives in the pen; the wrench and schloop of torn heads, dropped liver, and flying offal; the "caraaah" of Uncle Salters's knife scooping away backbones; and the flap of wet, opened bodies falling into the tub
Autobar will begin molding the thinner tubs
on 15 SLIM-ready presses equipped with an IML automation system from Machines Pages SA of Foncine Le Haut, France; label static-charging bars from Simco Co.
are typically made of cast iron, acrylic or fiberglass.
As hot tubs
become more popular in the United States, illnesses associated with improperly maintained units are likely to increase.
The newer report, released by Scripps Howard News Service last month, maintains that 1,676 Americans died in tubs
during the five-year period studied.
The infection 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).
Some consumers want to have both types of technology in the same unit, which is why Lasco has introduced the Builder's Choice series of combination tubs
. Air technology is not really new, Roberts says, but such tubs
have traditionally run about $5,000.
typically are not installed near a wall, so they need special plumbing.
With Midland Spa and Hot Tubs
the possibilities are endless.
In this article, we will only address Showers, Sit Tubs
and Supine Tubs