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  • Almost nothing beyond what I had learned from the documents, which I regret to say I did turn over without retaining copies, immerged from the briefings.

    British Mind Control in Iran

  • At times, we really felt we were back at the time of The Factory - we totally immerged ourselves in this surrealistic environment.

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  • If it had gone on for a few years more, says the author of a number of low-fat books, a difference between the two groups might have immerged.

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  • They descended dejectedly into the hollow of the mountains, and found themselves once more immerged in woods.

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  • The projectile, immerged in the conical shadow of the satellite, experienced the action of the solar rays no more than any of its invisible points.

    Round the Moon

  • But the spirit of my kinsman soon immerged into more active life: he visited foreign countries as a soldier and a traveller, acquired the knowledge of the French and Spanish languages, passed some time in the Isle of Jersey, crossed the Atlantic, and resided upwards of a twelvemonth (1659) in the rising colony of Virginia.

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  • The 3.2 x 1.5 x 0.5 m box is made of bricks, the two 50 cm diem. flat cooking vessels are suspended at the level of the horizontal double glass cover, partially immerged into the box, where they are heated by convection and radiation from the absorbing walls of the inner box.

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  • _Bahr Kûlla_ I conceive to be an immerged country, of considerable extent, similar to Wangara; for the name, which is Arabic, implies as much.

    An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa

  • The patient is then thrice immerged in the sacred pool.

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  • The most careful observations seem to prove that an individual immerged for some length of time in a crowd in action soon finds himself -- either in consequence of the magnetic influence given out by the crowd or from some other cause of which we are ignorant -- in a special state, which much resembles the state of fascination in which the hypnotized individual finds himself in the hands of the hypnotizer.

    Introduction to the Science of Sociology

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