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The heated bath is a fluid placed in an open (metal) pot.
Whatever Margo's host and slave thought, the heated bath was extraordinary.
A heated bath is used in the laboratory to allow a chemical reaction to occur at an elevated temperature.
Jjimjil is derived from the words meaning heated bath.
In the bathing chamber, a heated bath steams as he opens the portal.
The room in the north-west corner was converted into a caldarium for heated baths.
Inside Mephistar huge heated baths and fire warm the citadel, providing quite a comfortable environment.
Now, with a heated bath under cover, it was possible to bathe the whole year round, and the swimming standards of the boys improved greatly.
The heated bath is heated on a hot plate, or with a bunsen burner.
Liquid core metal collects on the bottom of the heated bath and is usable for a new core.
Heat is often applied to the rotating distillation flask by partially immersing it in a heated bath of water or oil.
Around AD 150 the villa was expanded and a heated bath block with hypocaust was added.
A platoon of nearly naked cuties were playing in and around a heated bath pool three times bigger than the ground area of my whole place.
The reaction chamber (florence flask, erlenmeyer flask, beaker) is immersed in the heated bath.
Medina Mayurka (as Palma was known in the Arab world) was a sophisticated place with street lights and heated baths.
Heating mantle or isomantle is a term for certain pieces of laboratory equipment used to apply heat to containers, as an alternative to other forms of heated bath.
The present town hall was designed by Berlin architect, Gustav Bähr, and opened in 1910 as a heated baths and community centre for members of the united parish of Sassnitz.
That happened to be the temperature o' the cavern spring where your couple bathed in India, and they duplicated it as precisely as possible whenever they heated baths in Constantinople or Europe.
From the mid-17th century, visitors taking the waters at Bath would be conveyed in a chair enclosed in baize curtains, especially if they had taken a heated bath and were going straight to bed to sweat.
Heating of glassware should be slowed using an insulating material, such as metal foil or wool, or specialized equipment such as heated baths, heating mantles or laboratory grade hot plates to avoid fracturing.
Here, in perhaps the most beautiful of all the Aegean port cities of the Roman Asia Province, Marius settled down for the winter in a hired villa, well staffed, and equipped with a heated bath of seawater; for though the sun shone for much of the time, it was too cold to bathe.