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For McCarthy, there was relief he was finally able to submerse himself in the World Cup proper as he said: ``It's been the toughest week of my life.
After six years, during which time he married, practised medicine in Peebles and wrote Travels in the Interior District of Africa, the desire to submerse himself in Africa's daunting wilderness became too great.
"The programme has allowed me to really submerse myself within the art.
Submerse the base of the basket in an oversized bucket full of water, until it has soaked up enough water so that the compost on the top is visibly wet.
Sharing the bill at the Jailhouse, in Much Park Street are Submerse, who have just returned from a lengthy Canadian tour, while Grim Reaper should raise a smile with their Darkness meets Rocky Horror antics.