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deeply involved.

verb

immerse

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  • some mycologists work almost exclusively in laboratories; others spend more time in the field. those who specialize in plant pathology interact with crop producers. medical mycologists may work in hospitals and coordinate with epidemiologists. mushroom growers and other applied mycologists are immersed in the world of commerce and business. and academic mycologists, like me, work in colleges—teaching students and doing research. bls.gov

  • still, immersed in the region’s troubled past and present, gall remains hopeful for both countries’ futures. the book closes with gall’s hope that pakistan will accept its responsibility as a modern nuclear power and take up a supportive role in its neighbors’ affairs and that the united states and other nato governments will rededicate their efforts to leveraging pakistan’s proximity and stature into cooperative steps to help the afghan people. gall believes that must happen. cia.gov

  • follow the most popular endometriosis hashtags on instagram — #endo, #endowarrior, #endosisters — and the results will quickly dissuade you from any feelings of isolation. your feed will become immersed in more than two million images of women sporting the color yellow in solidarity, bloated bellies during flare-ups, and body-positive postsurgical scars. everydayhealth.com

  • some observations you'll want to consider are how the changes to the metal wires immersed in the distilled water compared to the wires in the salt water. which metals had the most rust? was the formation of the rust on any of the wires concentrated on one particular area on the wire? or was the corrosion distributed evenly along the immersed wire? based on your data, which metal would you recommend for the manufacture of bikes, beach chairs, and swing sets—not to mention aircraft and medical equipment? factmonster.com

  • dr. carr: i am wondering if it would be helpful to briefly enumerate the recommendations that came out of this performance measurement report, because i agree with marjorie, as we thought about it, we were sort of immersed in it and we did not really give a lot of background. would that be okay? hhs.gov

  • some observations you'll want to consider are how the changes to the metal wires immersed in the distilled water compared to the wires in the salt water. which metals had the most rust? was the formation of the rust on any of the wires concentrated on one particular area on the wire? or was the corrosion distributed evenly along the immersed wire? based on your data, which metal would you recommend for the manufacture of bikes, beach chairs, and swing sets—not to mention aircraft and medical equipment? infoplease.com

  • when bill hoffman arrived at mayo clinic's inpatient rehabilitation unit, he was so weak he could barely move. not only was his strength gone, his happiness had disappeared, too. that began to change when bill picked up a paintbrush and immersed himself in the creative process. bill hoffman, a retired neurosurgeon, never considered himself very [...] mayoclinic.org

  • water's buoyancy accommodates the unfit as well as the fit. water cushions stiff joints or fragile bones that might be injured by the impact of land exercises. when immersed to the waist, your body bears just 50% of its weight; immersed to the chest, it's 25%-35%; and to the neck, 10%. medicinenet.com

  • in case of a complete amputation, the body part can be reattached. the body part should be wrapped in a clean, damp cloth, placed in a sealed plastic bag, and the bag immersed in cold water (ice water if available). cooling the severed body part will keep it alive for much longer than if it is at room temperature or warmer. medlineplus.gov

  • components of serially infected faucets were immersed in 71° c (approximately 160° f) water baths for 20 minutes, and subsequent cultures were negative. the authors also noted that "aerators were removed from affected sinks" and "no further s. koreensis infections have occurred since the augmentation of free chlorine concentrations and the adjustment of hot-water temperature in december 2016." medpagetoday.com

  • prostheses are usually not water-proof. if any part of the prosthesis becomes wet, it must be dried immediately and thoroughly. but heat should not be used to try to dry it. if people swim or prefer to shower with a prosthesis on, they can get a prosthesis that can be immersed. merckmanuals.com

  • lungs were inflated with 10% formalin under 15 cm h2o pressure and immersed in the same solution before tissue processing into paraffin-embedded blocks and 4 μm sections were then cut stained with h&e. histopathological assessment was conducted by two researchers who were masked to treatment group. h&e stained sections were scored for the presence of neutrophil in the alveolar space, neutrophils in the interstitial space, the existence of hyaline membranes, proteinaceous debris filling the airspaces and alveolar septal thickening as described previously [27]. nih.gov