Some articles on cold bath, cold, bath:
... built at the well, because of its value as a cold bath ... An 1850's OS map reveals a place marked as "Cold Bath" near the York Road, just as described by Calvert, and this site was connected by a track to St Robert's cave and chapel 400m to the south ... The Monkswell business park was built on the site of St Robert's well/Cold Bath where a well shaft preserves the site of the spring which fed St Robert's Well and the Cold Bath ...
... no structural heart defects, and after some deliberations the possibility of cold agglutinin disease is raised ... House wants to give the patient an ice bath to confirm, and goes to Cameron again ... to perform a test on a sample of the blood before trying the cold bath ...
Famous quotes containing the words bath and/or cold:
“For a parent, its hard to recognize the significance of your work when youre immersed in the mundane details. Few of us, as we run the bath water or spread the peanut butter on the bread, proclaim proudly, Im making my contribution to the future of the planet. But with the exception of global hunger, few jobs in the world of paychecks and promotions compare in significance to the job of parent.”
—Joyce Maynard (20th century)
“The cold smell of potato mould, the squelch and slap
Of soggy peat, the curt cuts of an edge
Through living roots awaken in my head.
But Ive no spade to follow men like them.”
—Seamus Heaney (b. 1939)