Submerged

Submerged is an action film, released in 2005. The film stars Steven Seagal. The film was directed by British director Anthony Hickox.

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Submerged Forest
... A submerged forest is the remains of trees (especially tree stumps) that have been submerged by marine transgression, i.e ... Examples can be found at low tide on the fringes of the submerged landmass known as Doggerland, around the coast of England and Wales, the Channel Islands, north-west France and Denmark ... A forest that is still submerged has been found in Nantucket Sound, off the coast of the U.S.A ...
SM U-16 (Austria-Hungary) - Design and Construction
... submarine that displaced 125.5 long tons (127.5 t) surfaced and 140.25 long tons (142.50 t) submerged ... surface running, and a single 120 shp (89 kW) electric motor for submerged travel ... of up to 6.5 knots (12.0 km/h) while surfaced and 5.5 knots (10.2 km/h) while submerged at a diving depth of up to 50 metres (160 ft) ...
SM U-17 (Austria-Hungary) - Design and Construction
... t) surfaced and 140.25 long tons (142.50 t) submerged ... diesel engine for surface running, and a single 120 shp (89 kW) electric motor for submerged travel ... U-17 was capable of up to 6.5 knots (12.0 km/h) while surfaced and 5.5 knots (10.2 km/h) while submerged at a diving depth of up to 50 metres (160 ft) ...
List Of Archaeological Sites In Tennessee - Monroe County
... affiliation(s) Year(s) excavated Status Bacon Bend Site 40MR25 Archaic, Woodland 1960s, 1970s submerged Calloway Island 40MR41 Archaic, Woodland 1970s submerged Chota 40MR2 ...

Famous quotes containing the word submerged:

    If, then, this civilization is to be saved, if it is not to be submerged by centuries of barbarism, but to secure the treasures of its inheritance on new and more stable foundations, there is indeed need for those now living fully to realize how far the decay has already progressed.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    Yet it is in our idleness, in our dreams, that the submerged truth sometimes comes to the top.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    ... we’re not out to benefit society, to remold existence, to make industry safe for anyone except ourselves, to give any small peoples except ourselves their rights. We’re not out for submerged tenths, we’re not going to suffer over how the other half lives. We’re out for Mary’s job and Luella’s art, and Barbara’s independence and the rest of our individual careers and desires.
    Anne O’Hagan (1869–?)