- 01. This movie is stupid. Change the [channel].02. The boys were able to swim across the [channel] between the two islands in just under 30 minutes.03. My neighbor has a satellite dish that allows him to receive over 500 different television [channels], but there's still nothing good on.04. We paddled the canoe through a narrow [channel], and into the open bay.05. In January 1933, construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge, which stretches across the [channel] at the entrance to the San Francisco Bay.06. It really bugs me when you change the television [channel] every few minutes.07. In the mid 19th century, the waste for some 3 million Londoners was [channelled] into rivers that flowed into the Thames.08. Lightning bolt charges can spread for over 90 miles; however, the actual [channel] of lightning is usually smaller than the width of a pen.09. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that every man is a [channel] through which heaven floweth.10. Henry David Thoreau once stated that wherever there is a [channel] for water, there is a road for the canoe.11. Shakti Gawain once remarked that we will discover the nature of our particular genius when we stop trying to conform to our own or to other peoples' models, learn to be ourselves, and allow our natural [channel] to open.12. Piet Mondrian once said that the position of the artist is humble. He is essentially a [channel].13. Thoreau once suggested, "Be a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new [channels], not of trade, but of thought."14. A portion of the funds from the lottery will be [channelled] into amateur sports programs.15. There's a good show on [channel] six tonight.16. The two leaders have been in communication through regular diplomatic [channels].17. The President has been accused of [channelling] public funds into his private Swiss bank account.18. I've been [channelling] all my energy into renovating our new house for the last few weeks.19. Bicycle lanes help to [channel] traffic away from cyclists.20. The old woman claims to be able to [channel] messages from people long dead.21. River systems are made up of a network of connecting [channels].22. The space probe discovered numerous [channels] on Mars that closely resemble dry riverbeds on Earth.23. Until the tenth century, the Christian Church was the main unifying force and [channel] of culture in Europe.
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