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Bald bathers folded their arms and talked to Mr Podsnap on the hearthrug; sleek-whiskered bathers, with hats in their hands, lunged at Mrs Podsnap and retreated; prowling bathers, went about looking into ornamental boxes and bowls as if they had suspicions of larceny on the part of the Podsnaps, and expected to find something they had lost at the bottom; bathers of the gentler sex sat silently comparing ivory shoulders.
His message of leveraging Advocates and Influencers is powerful and timely," said Bather.
If we saw a bather getting into trouble, the idea was to strap a line onto one of the patrol and send him into the sea after the swimmer.
According to CPSC, when the bather is lifted and/or carried with an infant in it, its folding wire frame can suddenly disengage from the side hinge, dropping the baby out of the bather.
At the third stage Mohammed Khames, a professional masseur with 20 years of expertise, gives the bather a thorough massage.
Babar Bashir, a Pakistani national in his 20s, was a regular bather at the pond and would go for a dip after he finished work.
The bather takes the customer to the hammam and washes her body to get rid of the basic dirt on the skin and in her hair.
While the mythological and religious angles of this French painting tradition had been cut off by Impressionist diktat, there were precedents, notably in the work of Courbet and Manet, for a secular approach, and Renoir's good friend Cezanne had, as early as the mid-1870s, begun painting from his imagination figure studies in the bather tradition.
A person taking a Turkish bath first relaxes in a room (known as the 'warm room') that is heated by a continuous flow of hot, dry air allowing the bather to perspire freely.
It's a self-help book targeted to young African American girls who don't have a bather in their household, or life for that matter I have read other books relating to the subject of girls without bathers; however I didn't bind any for young girls that used the subject as a source of self-empowerment.
SONGWRITER Paul Vance, who earned pop culture immortality with the 1960 hit song about a bashful bather, Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, has died in the US.
Two men kissing in a park and a topless woman bather are featured in a film that will be shown to would-be immigrants to the Netherlands," reported the March 12 Times of London.