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And 'channelled' - it would be interesting to look that up in a Thesaurus!
Since Mr Deripaska is not a British citizen, it was suggested by Mr Feldman, in a subsequent conversation at which Mr Deripaska was not present, that the donation was "channelled" through one of Mr Deripaska's British companies.
I have "channelled" (!!) a little path today so here I am at last!
"The political doors are closing and where I had an open door from Mr Mandela, I am now 'channelled' by senior ANC members who become a filter."
Once started up, the field can be "channelled" to a certain extent.
On June 17 2008, the men of D Squadron, accompanied by Cpl Bryant of the Intelligence Corps, left their base in Lashkar Gah to pick up a dead Taliban fighter in a village eight miles away, but were "channelled" onto well-used tracks because they could not drive off road.
Likely to survive: The Formula Grant - the money "channelled" to local authorities from the CLG - is expected to avoid deep cuts.
Likely to survive: The Formula Grant - the money "channelled" to local authorities from the
The result is one of slow constructions, of managed build and release, of a kind of channelled ecstasy.
Nora Wolters 'channelled' ancient cave women for the inspiration to create her crocheted range.