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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of canal.
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But I absolutely can't stop work on The Red Tree and the digest to have a tooth pulled or root canaled or whatever.
If that gets even one of your root-canaled clients 'mind off the holidays and shopping for an hour or so, perhaps that will be enough to keep some hapless big-box store employee alive.
But in my own mouth, where lots of construction has been done, I have an issue that's similar to Ken's -- a root-canaled front tooth and its porcelain laminate are darker than the tooth next door -- and I, too, am very self-conscious about it.
Gauls of the lower Po for thousands of years canaled the waters of their deltas and coastal lowlands for the combined purpose of irrigation, drainage, and navigation.
In the 21st century, the information we need is canaled, damed, and piped.
An early start & 6 hour train journey sees us at our next destination, the wonderful Italian canaled city of VENICE!!!