Hot Tubs

Large bath structures filled with hot aerated water, originally made of wood but more frequently constructed with plastic or fiberglass impregnated with resin. Typically used for recreation or physical therapy.

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34323
Names
hot tubs
hotubs

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Large bath structures filled with hot aerated water, originally made of wood but more frequently constructed with plastic or fiberglass impregnated with resin. Typically used for recreation or physical therapy.

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300343457. The J. Paul Getty Trust.