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  • v. Present participle of canalise.

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Examples

  • There is a revolution growing inside of us, an immense dissatisfaction and frustration that will destroy us unless we find a way of canalising this energy into something that can challenge the status quo and give us some kind of hope.

    Gazan youth issue manifesto to vent their anger with all sides in the conflict

  • Pass laws and their ruthless enforcement must be seen as a means of controlling African labour and canalising it to mines and European farms where abundant African labour is shamefully exploited.

    WE HAVE THE KEY TO FREEDOM � NOT THE OPPRESSOR

  • It was estimated that the initial cost of canalising the St. Lawrence River, constructing six dams in the rapids and improving the St. Claire and

    Canada

  • Aegean Sea, but no decent port there, and no possibility of carrying out her grandiose scheme of canalising the River Maritza and making a

    Bulgaria

  • There is but one place left in which one can still reconstruct for oneself the aspect of such weirs as were till but little more than a century ago the universal method of canalising the river.

    The Historic Thames

  • Tuscan art once initiated, we can learn more, producing and canalising its special moods, from a frosty afternoon like this one on the hillside, with its particular taste of air, its particular line of shelving rock and twisting road and accentuating reed or cypress in the delicate light, than from hours in a room where Signorelli and

    Laurus Nobilis Chapters on Art and Life

  • Other bills were passed for the canalising of the Hook of

    History of Holland

  • Concini, had secured a royal patent for canalising the Oise from La Fère to Chauny.

    France and the Republic A Record of Things Seen and Learned in the French Provinces During the 'Centennial' Year 1889

  • Earlier, India's State Trading Corporation was fixed as the canalising agency that determined which Indian states would receive how much of the over 100,000 metric tonne of vegetable ghee that Nepal is allowed to export annually.

    India Press Release

  • Now however, the canalising agent's place has been taken by a Nepal government body and exporters are free to choose the Indian states they want.

    India Press Release

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