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I'm rather afraid that if business immerses him too completely he will be found drowned some day.
THE STREETS OF ASCALONROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Then he immerses himself, and identifies himself with that ocean of life which is the primordial Force.
THE WAY OF INITIATIONRUDOLF STEINER
Speaks in a peevish, complaining voice, and during her harrangue Starkweather immerses himself in notebook.
THEFTJACK LONDON
She now immerses the wool and allows it to remain in the dye from half an hour to an hour.
I have only to add that this species, like others of the same genus, immerses its head up to the eyes while drinking.
Esther is silent; only her head droops lower, lower, till her little nose almost immerses itself in her stirabout.
RED AS A ROSE IS SHERHODA BROUGHTON

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