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submerge

(sŭb-mĕrj′) [″ + mergere, to immerse]
To place under water.
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Film producer Kat Holmes and director Sophie O'Connor (pictured left) co-wrote Submerge with a powerful message in mind about defining gender roles and sexuality.
This was a closed-top tank, with a screen that could be lowered manually to submerge the cap, similar to a French coffee press.
They include tip-over, which can submerge and trap the child or allow the child to escape the seat; entrapment, in which case the bath seat remains upright while the child becomes entrapped or submerged; and "coming out," in which the bath seat remains upright and the child comes out of the bath seat and drowns.
The IPL Lobster Trays are available in two variables: the Submerge version in which trays filled with lobster are submerged in an existing tank and the Cascade version, standal one system that features water-tight trays stacked together in which water sprayed on the top tray overflows into each tray below.