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Anyway her mud bath has left her whiter than she has been all winter, with a tinge of pink showing that suggests a proper tubbing.
It should not be made as commonplace as a mere hygienic tubbing, nor be carried out by a crowd of clothed persons in muddy water.
The tubbing consists of short portions of cast-iron cylinder fixed in segments.
When the alluvial cover is a soft mud, recourse must be had to the operation of tubbing.
The main cribs g, g, are then to be placed as counterforts, for the support and strength of the tubbing.
Peter went to his room and, after a due course of clubbing and tubbing, dressed himself with the utmost care.
The whole weight of the tubbing is made to bear on the moss, which squeezes outwards, forming a completely water-tight joint.
Had Baxter lived in these cold water days, tubbing would probably have taught him a little more toleration.
Evidently this man would not see her conventional reason for not wishing him at the tubbing.
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This caused the tubbing to descend about eight inches more, when it came to a standstill.

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