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Scientific evidence by others verified that: (1) atmospheric negative ions are salubrious (a higher concentration of them is more salubrious); (2) there are more atmospheric negative ions present on sunny days, or with sea breezes, or at higher altitudes (1-6) (and, I suspected, at sites with higher geomagnetism).
The traditionally salubrious suburb of Harbone, in Birmingham, has been invaded by drug addicts and beggars, some of whom target pensioners
Salubrious has also found new partners, and received valuable advice from the hub's professional services associates - Dell and Pinsent Mason.
He might well win but Salubrious is a Cheltenham Festival winner and unbeaten over fences.
Salubrious looks each-way value at 20-1 with Paddy Power, Stan James and Bet Victor against the big three of Annie Power, Big Buck's and At Fishers Cross in the Ladbrokes World Hurdle on Thursday.
Trained by Nick Williams and ridden by Richard Johnson, the eight-year-old's stamina came to the fore in the exacting conditions at the Berkshire circuit as he gamely held off Salubrious by 10 lengths.
McCoy doubled up on At Fishers Cross in the Albert Bartlett and Alderwood in the Grand Annual, while Nicholls hung on until the penultimate race fo the meeting to see Salubrious carry his nephew Harry Derham to victory in the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Hurdle.
It was mentioned in Jane Austen's work for its "healing powers on a disappointed heart", but a South African wine has now achieved a new wave of popularity for less salubrious reasons.
ONE of the consequences of the global economic crash has been the skeletal forms of half-finished buildings littering the once salubrious developments of Bahrain.
It's a notoriously tough form of football, often played in less than salubrious surroundings.
Tens of thousands of mainly GCC tourists descend on Dhofar during the June-September summer season to enjoy the region's salubrious weather and mist-shrouded settings.
The South African government also assured that Dewani would only be held in the more salubrious prisons and was guaranteed a single cell with a flushing lavatory and hot and cold running water.