(1) When you're submersed up to your neck, the water cancels out about 90 percent of your body weight, significantly reducing stress on your weight-bearing joints, bones and muscles.(2) That's why there's such a complex negotiation between art and autonomy - people do become more themselves, more distilled, through great art, but the first encounter with it is always an ambush or a submersion .(3) The Poet of the Subjective Self was hemmed-in by the need for this same constant or was liberated by a submersion in all that was at base not real, not self.(4) It not only involves the submersion of individual identity but also the discipline of team work, with each musician being part of an ensemble.(5) A low-pitched whine began to fill the air and Meridia's hair and clothes floated as if she was submersed in water.(6) If it's a choice between Sullivan getting his way and submersing my kids in this sort of culture, and Sullivan leaving, then I will bid Sullivan goodbye.(7) In his second term, of course, Houdini submersed himself in a padlocked iron cage a mile deep in boiling water and left his fate to a gaggle of witches, a silly young intern, and Inspector Javerts.(8) When emergencies come up, think about whether you can handle it yourself before you delegate it to a programmer who is deeply submersed in a project.(9) Similarly, effects of submersed aquatic plants on egg distribution and movement have clear counterparts in the dynamics of seeds, where plants can trap seeds as well as influence their germination success.(10) Wood thoroughly impregnated, even if necessary by repeated applications or submersions of the wood in the solution, after drying evidently has all the characteristics of petrified wood, including its appearance.(11) This is one of the great strengths of the play; though it may at times seem over-determined, and perhaps even obvious, the audience is entirely submersed in the characters and their worlds.(12) Soon, we were submersed in play, shooting the afternoon carelessly away.(13) There's also an entity known as trench foot, which actually is caused by submersing your feet, literally, in cold water for long periods of time.(14) Prior to feeding, colostrum containers were submersed in warm water for approximately 30 min for complete thawing, and their quality was estimated with a colostrometer.(15) Moreover, when flooding results in complete submergence, and in normally submersed aquatic plants, availability to the shoots of carbon dioxide, light and oxygen typically diminish.(16) Our job is to improvise the fifth act by submersing ourselves in the first four acts.