Noun(1) sinking until covered completely with water(2) (astronomy(3) complete attention; intense mental effort(4) a form of baptism in which part or all of a person's body is submerged(5) the act of wetting something by submerging it
(1) Most fluid-filled products permit a high degree of immersion , allowing the body to sink into the surface as the surface conforms to bony prominences.(2) But, as often happens, involvement soon became immersion and by the time they established the company, I had been working with the project for two months and was heavily involved.(3) He enjoys his mental immersion , so he doesn't need the acclaim.(4) There is content analysis and deep immersion in particular communities over time.(5) Animals have been recovered from this state after immersion in liquid helium, absolute alcohol, brine, and ether.(6) You may be able to watch Jupiter disappear - an event known as immersion - without optical aid, though binoculars help.(7) The procedure involves the propagation of detached roots on agar plates and the collection of root hairs by immersion in liquid nitrogen.(8) One teacher told us that a dual immersion program was the only Spanish language instruction left in her district, and the waiting list was long.(9) But it was not until 1640 that the London Baptists actually abandoned sprinkling and adopted immersion as their preferred symbol of dying and rising with Christ.(10) Over the last thirty years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of dual language or two-way immersion programs.(11) For older children who don't have these challenges to reading, it is a time of pure indulgence - total immersion in the moment and in the attention of the mentor who is reading to them.(12) as a teacher she advocates learning by immersion(13) This article focuses specifically on language minority students in bilingual immersion programs.(14) The expert said that in his opinion the blood-staining evidence would seem to be against the scenario supposed of a nosebleed and of immersion in bath water.(15) However, if by accident someone falls into icy water or down a crevasse and is only rescued after rapid hypothermia has set in, the person is best treated by rapid immersion in a hot bath of water at 108Ôö¼ÔûæF.(16) an immersion school
(1) immersion heater :: dyppekoger
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Different Formsimmersion, immersions
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