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  • v. Present participle of channel.

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Examples

  • He said the Merseyside councils had gained valuable experience in channelling grants and investments to small and medium-sized companies by overseeing the EU’s Objective One scheme.

    Vince Cable backs "Bank of Liverpool"

  • For 20 years, Ernie Bridge, a former state minister for water resources, has championed the idea of channelling supplies through a 2,200km pipe from the Kimberley region.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Where does that leave us with respect to targeting, if you're also conscious of a socio-political role, aware of the fact that anyone might be no one, but also aware that you'd really rather like it to be more than that, that even with a "channelling" approach of writing "for the page" you can maybe at least direct the output?

    More Aesthetics

  • Of course, the band is from Sweden, so there must be some kind of channelling going on.

    cult of humidity (Music (For Robots))

  • I do so very much love that movie and watching Kevin Kline playing his fantastic part in the movie made me wanna follow in his "channelling" of a rather cool character.

    merrickal Diary Entry

  • American PSYCHIC whose writings provided much of the impetus for "channelling" in the NEW AGE MOVEMENT as well as promoting BELIEF in YOGIC RELIGION and such things as REINCARNATION.

    Concise Dictionary of Religion

  • Wear a trilby and it could be that you are 'channelling' Humphrey Bogart.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Carry a cup and saucer and maybe you are 'channelling' Lady GaGa.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • As a committee we don't know about this 'channelling' of funds, "Bloem said of the report.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Here's DA "channelling" MJ's voice: "Oh ... these tabloids tell lies, my grandfather and grandmother know the truth.

    The Daily Record - Home

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