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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of canalize.
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The key aspect of Sumerian classrooms, at least according to Porush (who appears to be the primary source for such references) is that "The discipline of the schoolchildren being tutored in script 'canalizes' their thought processes, reinforcing certain pathways."
It also slows and canalizes enemy forces into predetermined fire sacks (kill zones) covered by massed artillery fire and long-range AT fire.
Sometimes the second echelon canalizes the enemy forces into an area that allows the army group counterstrike to destroy them.
(c) Skillful integration of fires and obstacles prevents the enemy from easily engaging friendly antiarmor systems and slows and canalizes the enemy's advance.
(except the US and SA) canalizes the natural gambling needs of their citizens through state controlled lotteries and limited casinos.