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TUB, measures. In mercantile law, a tub is a measure containing sixty pounds weight of tea; and from fifty-six to eighty-six pounds of camphor. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t.

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Written by two Australians, director James Wan and co-star Leigh Whannell, the movie begins with Whannell's Adam waking up in a tubful of dirty water.
Add 20 drops of lavender essential oil to a tubful of tepid water and soak for 15 minutes.
Maybe it's Pearce's oddly modern mullet that, even with a whole tubful of Brylcreem holding it back, still looks more 70s than 1900s.