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Bath
   was known to the Romans as   
Aquae Sulis
Bath is located in the English county of Somerset, the large natural hot spring was dedicated to the goddess Sulis
Bath
   is home to   
Goldfrapp
Bath
   is home to   
Tears for Fears
Mikva
   means   
Ritual Bath for Jewish Women
1998
   the winner was   
Bath
England
1989
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Bath
1991
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Bath
1992
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Bath
1993
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Bath
1994
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Bath
1996
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Bath
1994
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Bath
Circus at Bath
   was designed by   
John Wood
Neo Classical period, 1754, built in Bath, England
Pamela Allen
   wrote   
Mr Archimedes' Bath
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
   painted   
The Turkish Bath
Oil on canvas, 1863, Musée du Louvre
The U.K.
   is the site of   
City of Bath
Bisi Bele Bath
   are   
Hot Lentil Rice With Vegetables
A classic
Vangi Bath
   are   
Aubergine Rice
Apple
   has a variety named   
Beauty of Bath
The Order of the Bath
   was founded by   
King George I
1725
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)
   starred   
Buster Keaton, Charlotte Greenwood and Reginald Denny
Director: Edward Sedgwick. Also starred Cliff Edwards, Dorothy Christy & Sally Eilers. Plot: Jeff (Denny) wants to get married to Virginia (Eilers), but Virginia won't marry until her older, hard-to-please sister Angelica (Christy) gets married off first...
Mary Cassatt
   painted   
The Child's Bath
Oil on canvas, 1893; Art Institute of Chicago
Bath Towel
   in Filipino is   
Tuwalya
Fixing Bath
   is described as   
A Solution That Removes Any Light-sensitive Silver-halide Crystals Not Acted Upon by Light or Developer.
The result is a black-and-white negative or print unalterable by further action of light. Also referred to as hypo.
Hypo
   is described as   
The Name for a Fixing Bath Made from Sodium Thiosulfate, Other Chemicals, and Water
Often used as a synonym for fixing bath.
Stop Bath
   is described as   
An Acid Rinse when Developing Black-and-white Film or Paper
It stops development and makes the hypo (fixing bath) last longer. Usually a weak solution of acetic acid - used as a second step
The Wives of Bath by Susan Swan
   was titled from the literary source   
The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
Bath Assembly Rooms
   is located in the county of   
Somerset
Elegant assembly rooms in the World Heritage City of Bath
Bath Kol
   is the   
Angel of Prophecy
Her name means "heavenly voice"
Faye Kellerman & Marilyn Wallace
   won the award for   
The Ritual Bath & A Case of Loyalties
1987 Tie. Fay Kellerman for The Ritual Bath and Marilyn Wallace for A Case of Loyalties.
Black Sabbath
   released the album   
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
Bathroom Tissue
   is a euphemism for   
Toilet Paper
Bathythermograph
   is used for   
Recording Water Temperature As Compared to Depth
Baxter's
   is missing from the title of   
After Bathing At ___
Jefferson Airplane (1967)
Ozzy Osborne
   was a member of   
Black Sabbath
Was kicked out of Black Sabbath in 1979 rejoined in 1997.
Birmingham
   is home to   
Black Sabbath
Ablutophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Washing or Bathing
Black Sabbath
   released the single   
Iron Man
1971; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time; did not chart; hard rock cult classic
Bathsheba
   was an   
Israeli Noblewoman
Wife of David
Black Sabbath
   sang the song   
Killing Yourself To Live
Black Sabbath
   released the album   
Black Sabbath (1970)
Black Sabbath
   released the album   
Paranoid (1970)
Black Sabbath
   come from   
The U.K.
Bathtub
   in Creole is   
Benywa
John 'Ozzy' Osbourne
   has been a vocalist in   
Black Sabbath
E. L. Doctorow
   created the character   
Billy "Bathgate" Behan
Billy Bathgate
Black Sabbath
   released the single   
Paranoid
1970; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"; did not chart highly






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