unsubmerged

unsubmerged

(ˌʌnsəbˈmɜːdʒd)
adj
not submerged
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international law persist in treating it as an unsubmerged island?
Previous research suggests that egg clutches that were occasionally inundated yielded similar hatching rates to those that were unsubmerged or periodically spritzed, whereas constantly submerged egg clutches failed to hatch and tended to disintegrate (Martin & Valentine 2014).
There are large unsubmerged pipes at the beach and concrete being dumped.
Indefinite, water-and sand-concealed objects tease the unsubmerged eye; one swims down letting out air only to find that they are rocks or parts of tossed beer bottles.
In this study, it was studied the determination of the effects of hydrodynamic parameters of unsubmerged impinging jets on morphological properties of Ni coatings.
He had argued that the real Mount Ararat, where Noah's Ark came to rest, was 'a slightly raised eminence near Baghdad', which would have been the only part of Mesopotamia unsubmerged if 'a big spate on the Euphrates, [and] the same on the Tigris' coincided with a strong south wind blowing for several days on end up the Persian Gulf.
Our feet, three pairs at a time, disappear in separate tubs to soak in soothing bubbly water, unsubmerged calves and shanks coated with a green, grainy, peppermint paste to dislodge dead skin.
The rescuers from the fire brigade, who spent the night looking for around 15 missing people, found the body of a passenger wearing a lifevest on the second deck in the unsubmerged part of the huge vessel, ANSA said.
Another senior firefighter, Luciano Roncalli, told Reuters that all the unsubmerged areas of the liner had been searched, indicating faint hopes of finding more survivors in the flooded and upturned maze of luxurious state rooms and tennis courts, bars and spas that are now submerged beneath the sea.
"This was definitely a departure from policy," said the source, who declined to give further details on the drill or say whether the Dolphin had undergone Egyptian inspections in the canal, through which the submarine sailed unsubmerged.
When unsubmerged, at least, plastics are photodegradable, or vulnerable to ultraviolet radiation.
The first variable used in the analysis for unsubmerged flow conditions is the unit discharge, which remains constant as the scour hole develops.