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Generally applied to immersing cloth, etc., in the blue vat.

Mothers were present, immersing not only themselves but also their children.

A method of pickling fish by immersing them in vinegar after being boiled.

All the children of a member are baptized by immersing three times.

Copies are made from the mould by immersing it in a tank of melted wax.

Dip the bunches of grapes into it, immersing them thoroughly.

It is necessary to revive the dry germs by immersing them in water.

The only way to thaw these things is by immersing them in cold water.

First, to steam: Steaming is cooking by moist heat but not immersing the material in the water as in the boiling process.

Copper and iron objects were silver-plated by immersing them in molten silver after coating with sal-ammoniac or borax.

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