The oxidation and neutralization of these hot-spring solutions near the surface throws out the mercury sulphide.
Thought I, Garm-chashma (hot-spring) is close by; they may have dismounted there.
The mass of hot-spring material built up here cannot be less than 400 feet in thickness.
Jimmy's soul was first of all a hot-spring of ambition; the evidences of which, when once recognized, were ever paramount.
One of the streams we crossed soon after issued from a hot-spring.
|hot spring |
A spring of warm water, usually having a temperature greater than that of the human body.