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  • Then a singer for a Philly-based punk band, and she now immerges from Brooklyn as her own kind of fully-formed, independent, art-dance-punk mix-up specialist.

    Madonna, Santogold Make Dance Records

  • Caught in an illusion and seeming invincibility of the moment, fantasy of grandeur immerges as the Don Quixote of America stands in the Maya of Zionism.

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  • [Footnote 26: A wheel similar to the Persian wheel, worked by a mule or an ass, having pots, which throw the water into a trough as they pass round, which trough discharges the water into the garden, and immerges the plants.] [Footnote 27: The privileged class of men in Barbary, are the

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

  • From the loudness and solemnity of its note, an erroneous notion prevails with the vulgar, that it either thrusts its head into a reed, which serves as a pipe for swelling its note beyond its natural pitch, or that it immerges its head in water, and then produces its boomings by blowing with all its might. "

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 22, August, 1859

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