Illustration: Figure comparative merits of the dry and immersion systems.
When using the oil-immersion objectives it is particularly desirable, that this exact tube length should be employed.
A glance at the table will suffice to show the great advantage which the immersion objectives have over those of the dry series.
His immersion in the forms of self-consciousness prevents him from dramatizing the real relations of men and their thinkings to one another, to Nature, and to destiny.
In case of an immersion in clothes, with no help in sight, the sooner the swimmer removes his clothes the longer he can support himself.
Under-water swimming should be practised by experts only, but care must be taken not to prolong the immersion in order to reach a definite point or to accomplish a certain distance before rising to the surface.
In all cases of prolonged immersion in cold water, when the breathing continues, a warm bath should be employed to restore the temperature.
He had his watch, but his immersionin the fish pond had caused it to stop.
As to the mode of baptism, the Church affirms that immersion alone is the one method sanctioned by scripture, and that this mode has been expressly prescribed by revelation in the present dispensation.
All spirits pre-existed, and their partial immersion in an impure material environment is a degradation from which they must aspire to be delivered.
In this embrace and essential unity with God all devout and inward spirits are one with God by living immersion and melting away into Him; they are by grace one and the same thing with Him, because the same essence is in both.
The use of the bath as an institution, apart from occasional immersion in rivers or the sea, is, as might be anticipated, an exceedingly old custom.
BATH, the immersion of the body in water, or an apparatus for this purpose.
We shall say nothing as to the defects or merits of aspersion or sprinkling, immersion or dipping, affusion or pouring.
Sir John Lubbock found that after eight hours of immersion they could be restored to life, and several ants after two days and five days were restored to momentary life with feeble motions, followed by death in two hours.
If access of air to a body be prevented in any way by its inclosure in a coffin, by closely fitting clothes, or by complete immersion in water, putrefaction is retarded.
The quantity and quality of the water may constitute important evidence; but to be of full value the water or other fluid found in the stomach ought to be the same as that in which the immersion has taken place.
Late studies as to the cause and mechanism of asphyxia by submersion or drowning warrant our speaking of submersion as immersion complete enough to menace or to extinguish life.
Also immersion in cold water brings on rigor mortis quickly and lengthens its duration.
Occasional instances are recorded of death of children, the insane or feeble persons by inadvertent immersion in a bath of hot water (Case 21).
The immersion of bodies in water, the change taking place more rapidly in running than in stagnant water.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "immersion" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.