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  • n. The bank of a canal.
  • adj. Situated near, or alongside a canal.


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  • A somewhat ugly pub, in a fine canalside location, the White Cross is known for its homemade all-day food and its 14 real ales.

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  • French to say au revoir to canalside trees, 28 July, page 3, G2.

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  • Acorn House Modern European food in a bright, airy canalside setting at London's first truly environmentally sustainable restaurant.

    Observer Food Monthly Awards 2011 Best ethical eats: The Ethicurean

  • The place has a unique mixture of the blatantly erotic (the red light area, where cougar Kate and her young lover, Stephen go shopping for adult toys) and the romantic (the canalside hotel where they finally act on the sexual attraction they feel for each other), and a beautifully relaxed vibe which actively encourages you to do nothing but take it easy and enjoy yourself.

    2010 May 12 — Fusion Despatches

  • So too with a photograph, by Arthur Clegg Weston, of a dawn canalside scene along England's eastern coast.

    Accidie? Ennui? Sigh . . .

  • While key events require tickets, performances in the gardens and roof terraces of canalside residents will be free.

    Time Off

  • Most of his later life was spent in Amsterdam, where he had a canalside mansion, typically Dutch in looking modest on the outside but lavishly appointed inside.

    Harry Mulisch obituary

  • The Diary of Anne Frank records the teenager's experiences over 25 months while hiding out with her family in a secret annexe in a canalside warehouse in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The cavelike Cees Place (Tel: 030-2710153, www., a canalside jazz and blues joint, is the perfect spot to share a bottle of wine while noshing on a fondue platter.

    Holiday in Holland

  • Mr Taylor originally designed the system to light the waterways canalside in Birmingham but believes they could be vital for areas of Mid Wales and the rest of the UK which could be left in the dark without any thought of health and safety concerns over the duty of care to pedestrians and cyclists.

    Traxeyes light up if the lights go out


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