deep-casting

deep-casting

[′dēp ‚kast·iŋ]
(oceanography)
Sampling ocean water at great depths by lowering a number of self-sealing bottles, usually made of brass or bronze, on a cable.
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Antaeus's method involved deep-casting each principal role.
Despite its deep-casting, Antaeus has struggled unsuccessfully to become professional, and its members' commitment has varied according to the success of their Hollywood careers, Matthews says.