Bath may refer to:

  • Bathing, immersion in a fluid
    • Bathtub, a large open container for water, in which a person may wash their body

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Other articles related to "bath":

... Radox is a brand of bubble bath and shower gels available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Czech Republic, Australia, Malaysia and South Africa ... It comes in both bath salt and liquid form ... The first product produced by Radox was a salts foot bath in 1908 - nowadays it produces many different products such as liquid soap, deodorant, shower gels and a wide range of bubble ...
Bath Green Park Railway Station
... Green Park railway station is a former railway station in Bath, Somerset, England ... For some of its life, it was known as Bath Queen Square ...
Bath, South Dakota
... Bath is an unincorporated community in Brown County, South Dakota, United States ... Although not tracked by the Census Bureau, Bath has been assigned the ZIP code of 57427 ... Warner Westport Townships Aberdeen Allison Bates Bath Brainard Cambria Carlisle Claremont Columbia East Hanson East Rondell Franklyn Frederick Garden Prairie Garland Gem Greenfield Groton Hecla Henry Highland ...
Music Of Somerset - Classical
... The City of Bath Bach Choir (CBBC) was founded in October 1946 by Cuthbert Bates, who was also a founding father of the Bath Bach Festival in 1950 ... The choir gave its inaugural concert in June 1947 in Bath Abbey, a performance of J ...
Kaid Mohamed - Career - Bath City
... In August 2009, he signed for Bath City on a non-contract basis, making his debut as an 80th minute substitute replacing Darren Edwards in a 1–0 win over ... including the only goal of the game in the play-off final win over Woking which promoted Bath to the Conference National. 2011, he refused to sit on the bench for Bath's game with Grimsby Town, Bath's manager Adie Britton later made a statement that read "When I named the side he was not in it ...

Famous quotes containing the word bath:

    For a parent, it’s hard to recognize the significance of your work when you’re immersed in the mundane details. Few of us, as we run the bath water or spread the peanut butter on the bread, proclaim proudly, “I’m making my contribution to the future of the planet.” But with the exception of global hunger, few jobs in the world of paychecks and promotions compare in significance to the job of parent.
    Joyce Maynard (20th century)

    But in philosophy, sometimes the baby ought to go out with the bath water.
    A.P. Martinich (b. 1946)

    I think sometimes, could I only have music on my own terms; could I live in a great city and know where I could go whenever I wished the ablution and inundation of musical waves,—that were a bath and a medicine.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)