sea bathing


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Noun1.sea bathing - bathing in the sea or oceansea bathing - bathing in the sea or ocean    
bathing - immersing the body in water or sunshine
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sea bathing

nbagni mpl di mare
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We had any amount of sea bathing to start with the barbed wire was taken down along the shore and we had freedom of movement.
The purpose of the contract in the form of an operating sub-contract is to entrust the successful candidate with the operation of a public service activity related to sea bathing.opening procedure: submission of applications and offers in two separate envelopes.
As Miyako Island is a tropical island, you can enjoy sea bathing all year.
Situated in Cala Mayor (a 10-minute drive from Palma) it offers a beautiful infinity swimming pool, private sea bathing platform and an excellent restaurant.
Situated in Cala Mayor (a 10-minute drive from Palma) it offers beautiful infinity swimming pool, private sea bathing platform and an excellent restaurant.
The results showed that sea bathing doubled the odds of reporting general ear ailments, and the odds of reporting earache specifically rose by 77 per cent.
Festival goers get a discount on rides at the theme park, while there is an organised group swim in the Walpole Bay Sea Bathing Pool, acoustic sets around town and a DJ set by snooker star Steve Davis.
DOING a lap of honour, right, after taking part in the English Rose contest at the Sea Bathing Lake, Southport, were Virgina Lonsdale, aged 23, of Burnley, Judith Wannop, 21, of Warrington; Sheila Forrest, 21, of Liverpool, and Nora-Ann Wilkinson, 23, from Ormskirk.
Wrapping up for a dip in the Clyde in July could be just the thing we need to revive sea bathing and boost tourism.
This French historian, who researched the emergence of the desire to be on the seafront and sea bathing in Europe in the book The territory of the void: the beach and the social imaginariness, shows that the practice of sea bathing in Europe had its roots in the seventeenth century and was established between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
"This was probably due to the fact that during the Victorian era, the growth and popularity of sea bathing emerged from the perception that sea water was believed to have many medicinal and therapeutic benefits which itself arose from the medieval practice of visiting spas.
"Many are located along the North Wales coast, made famous during the nineteenth-century for sea bathing and the allure of resort towns such as Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl.