Examples of canal in a Sentence
the Panama Canal opened a much easier and shorter passageway from the Atlantic to the Pacific
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In Katrina, storm surge [a huge wave caused by high winds] came up the industrial canal, over top of the levees, and then breached a number of other levees—what came in was seawater from the ocean.
Several acres on the river and deep water canal will be offered for sale at auction.
Just off the main road inside Haiti’s largest slum, where children play near overflowing canals and open sewage trenches, hundreds of cholera victims cram inside a school with dirt floors, concrete block walls and crumbling wooden benches.
Under current regulations, the agency is permitted to dredge and store canal sediment that is below the 50 parts per million threshold.
While the 30-mile peninsula doesn’t offer the oceanfront access that the Hamptons do, its array of waterfront possibilities includes creeks, canals, rivers and bays, not to mention Long Island Sound.
East Chicago City Council passed a resolution at Monday's meeting officially expressing their disapproval of the Corps dumping the sediment from the canal in East Chicago.
Recent listings include a portfolio of 118 non-performing loans from some companies in Yunnan province, a villa seized by a bank in the southern canal city of Shaoxing, and a property in central Beijing that’s also in default.
The limestone building is a repurposed grain storage facility and canal workers' living quarters, and the museum has three galleries inside it.
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