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“We had no time to deal with the vapour-bath or the carpenter's shop just then.”
“I now went back to the house, and saw how they all -- almost -- made use of the vapour-bath.”
“I availed myself of the opportunity to examine the first, and probably the only, vapour-bath on the Antarctic Barrier.”
“There were still other friends of their souls who were not entitled to be asked to dinner, but had a claim to be invited to come and take a haunch of mutton vapour-bath at half-past nine.”
“And now the haunch of mutton vapour-bath having received a gamey infusion, and a few last touches of sweets and coffee, was quite ready, and the bathers came; but not before the discreet automaton had got behind the bars of the piano music-desk, and there presented the appearance of a captive languishing in a rosewood jail.”
“I now went back to the house, and saw how they all — almost — made use of the vapour-bath.”
“The fibres therefore, being earthy and solid, are turned into so many hot embers in the blood, like the embers in a vapour-bath, and cause ebullition in the fits of passion.”
“Lewis and Clarke, in their voyage up the Missouri, have noticed the use of the vapour-bath in”
“The invasion of an army of jungle rats, behind the walls and above the ceiling of a room sodden and dripping with the afternoon's flood, completes the disillusion, and compels a hasty descent to the warmer damp of the lowlands, for the Equatorial climate, and the general absence of bed-coverings, causes a rheumatic stiffness on rising, which has to be steamed out by the atmospheric vapour-bath of the tropical island.”
“The only real remedy they use, in common with other Indians, is the vapour-bath, or sweating-house.”
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