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submergence

[səb′mər·jəns]
(geology)
A change in the relative levels of water and land either from a sinking of the land or a rise of the water level.
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Submerge is only the second Australian lesbian movie to proceed to commercial release, and Holmes is proud of breaking this cinematic drought.
Gur-Arieh went back to the drawing board in 2002, and designed a second tank--an open-top fermenter with two metal half-rings that could be lowered into the tank to submerge the cap.
Water the soil so there is no air in the pot and then submerge. If the roots are directly planted in the pool, there should be at least 15 cm (6 inches) of soil on the bottom.
The premiere screening of Submerge: Echo 51 marks the first event of a "Submerge Weekend" centered around the release of the film.