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submersed

(səb-mûrst′)
adj. Botany
Growing or remaining under water: submersed aquatic vegetation.
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Moreover, extensive submersed and floating-leaf aquatic vegetation is mostly extirpated from connected areas within the Mississippi River watershed south of Pool 13 (Moore et al.
Submersed in delusion and dreams, the Edca majority decision is countered by three strongly worded dissents that supported the patent fact that the United States will be bringing in the old military bases, extra-powerful GI Joes and its wars unto our shores.
And in the case of tunnels, significant dewatering is the norm as structures are often submersed well below the water table.
It consists of two parts: a floating base similar to a surfboard that holds solar panels, and a submersed section with wave-powered wings that is suspended a few meters below the water's surface from a tether and contains measuring instruments.
Nothing has been confirmed, but the firm says that the technology has previously "been successfully applied to locate submersed structures, ships, munitions and aircraft.
Life forms were based on Pedralli (2003): emergents (macrophytes that grow in water but support slightly wet soils too; herein referred to as "emergents"), free floating (macrophytes not rooted in the sediment), epiphytes (plants growing attached to other macrophytes), rooted submersed (totally submersed but rooted in the sediment) and free submersed (macrophytes anchored onto other macrophytes or onto submersed structures).
Bill Monream, Captain of the Warren Fire Department said that a cold water rescue team had been sent to retrieve the five remaining teenagers from the submersed wreck.
Team members also looked at use of prefabricated elements like submersed tubes, ceiling panels, and concrete floors to accelerate tunnel construction.
After polishing to a bright mirror finish the gun parts were submersed in a secret, deep-smoldering mixture of various high carbon products such as bone, leather and hardwood charcoal and secret oil, such as whale oil, all contained in a special oven heated to 750 degrees.
When installing a product that will carry, receive or be submersed in water from the public mains water supply in the UK, it is a criminal offence if that device does not comply with the Water Supply Regulations or Scottish Byelaws.