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Definition of "channelling" [channelling]

  • Present participle of channel. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "channelling" in a sentence
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "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?"
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