- n (astronomy) an indistinct surface feature of Mars once thought to be a system of channels; they are now believed to be an optical illusion
- n a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance
the alimentary canal
- n long and narrow strip of water made for boats or for irrigation
- v provide (a city) with a canal
- After 18 months of negotiations with Panama over the future of the canal, President Johnson last week had significant progress to report.
- In 1774 a Virginia gentleman, George Washington, with large landed interests on both sides of the Alleghenies, began urging the construction of a canal to link the Atlantic .
- What makes the Panama Canal an "essential trade route"? How does the canal work? 3.
News & Articles
- Canal repairs scheduled after Emmett landslide
EMMETT — The Emmett Irrigation District has confirmed that its Northside Canal does leak water, Mike Mitchell from the district said Saturday night. Repairs will take place next week, with water flowi
June 13, 2013 - Idaho Press-Tribune
- Canal undergoes repairs
Emmett Irrigation District Northside Canal is being sprayed with a product that should seal the concrete area that leaks above Highway 52 milepost 37.5. Read more about the process and how farmers plan to get through the next few days in the June 19 Messenger Index.
June 12, 2013 - Messenger Index
- Canal House book signing today at Peter Miller
For years, local bookseller Peter Miller had only an epistolary relationship with Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, two women behind the beloved Canal House cookbook series. “They had someone send their book to us four years ago and asked if we would carry [their books],”
June 12, 2013 - Seattle Times
- Jimmy Carter in KXMC
Carter said his chief of staff was a "driving force behind the Panama Canal treaty, the Middle East peace process," and the safe return of US hostages from Iran.
- Dileep in Forbes
Remittances "are larger than direct foreign investment in Mexico, tea exports in Sri Lanka, tourism revenue in Morocco, and revenue from the Suez Canal in Egypt," World Bank economist Dilip Ratha said in a recent report.
- Lois Gibbs in Kansas City Star
The people who lived through Love Canal need to know what their risks are and what they might expect for their children,said Gibbs, who went on to establish the Center for Health, Environment and Justice, a citizens' activist organization.