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  1. "The Canal" is a 2014 horror film written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh.
  2. "The Canal" is a 1979 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. It was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival.
  3. "The Canal" is a 2011 animated short film directed by Paulina Bobrycz.


"The canal" is a book by Sheldon B. Liss.


The Canal: The Saintes Maries de la Mer Speed Canal, known to windsurfers as The Canal, is a man-made trench near the French Mediterranean coastal town Saintes Maries de la Mer, built especially for speed record-breaking sailing by windsurfers.


The Canal is an amusement ride.

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Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

It is called the canal of Boue; and from it proceed two other canals, one near the town of Arles, the other at the head of the abovementioned lake ; the latter is called the canal of Crapone, and goes into the river Durance near Mirandol.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

It is called the canal of Bone ; and from it proceed two other canals, one near the town of Arles, the other at the head of the abovementioned lake ; the latter is called the canal of Crapone, and goes into the river Durance near Mirandol.

Google previewReading Comprehension, Grade 6 (2015)

by Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Built by the United States, the canal is a waterway that cuts across the Isthmus of Panama. It links the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Prior to the opening of the Panama Canal, ships traveling from one ocean to the other had to sail ...

Google previewJarvis's Physical Examination and Health Assessment (2015)

by Helen Forbes, Elizabeth Watt

The canal is a cul-de-sac 2.5 to 3 cm long in the adult and terminates at the eardrum, or tympanic membrane.

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Paris (2012)

by James McConnachie, Ruth Blackmore

Today, the stretch along the canal is a much sought-after, hip neighbourhood. Further east, in Ménilmontant and Belleville, rents remain relatively low, attracting students and artists who have created a thriving alternative scene. These districts ...

Google previewPractical Musculoskeletal Ultrasound E-Book (2014)

by Eugene McNally

However, filling the canal is a lobulated, predominantly heterogeneous soft tissue mass consistent with a postoperative haematoma (arrows). (C) Colour Doppler shows no flow within the solid areas. a b c Figure 17.15 Palpable mass after left ...

Google previewThe Eat Right 4 Your Type The complete Blood Type Encyclopedia (2002)

by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo, Catherine Whitney

or irritating substances, such as hair dye, seeping into the canal. Chronic otitis externa can be caused by eczema, dermatitis, neurodermatitis, chronic OTITIS ...

Google previewOhio Historic Places Dictionary (2008)

by Editorial Staff, State History Publications, LLC

The canal is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800-1914 (2008)

by Carl Cavanagh Hodge

The canal was built in the face of British opposition, both because it competed with a British-owned railway from the Nile to Suez, and because in the opinion of Lord Palmerston, it would cause numerous diplomatic complications. Transit ...

Google previewA dictionary of chronology or The historian's companion being an authentic register of events, from the earliest period to the present time (1835)

by Thomas Tegg

The canal of Orleans in France ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History (2013)

For example, the canal shortens the journey from the West Coast to the East Coast of the United States by about eight thousand nautical miles (fifteen thousand kilometers). By the twenty-first century the canal handled approximately 300 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Developing World (2013)

by Thomas M. Leonard

The Canal became an issue to Panamanian nationalists who felt that Panama was not receiving its fair share of the revenue generated by the waterway. In 1932, Harmodio Arias, Panama's president, sought concessions from the United States ...

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Baby: an alimentary canal with a loud voice at one end and no responsibility at the other. (Elizabeth Adamson)
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