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A view of the English Channel, as seen from the Cliffs of Dover.
- A natural or artificial waterway of perceptible extent that (is) either periodically or continuously contains moving water or that forms a connecting link between two bodies of water.
- The part of a body of water deep enough to be used for navigation through an area otherwise too shallow for navigation (synonym: sail line).
- The deepest part of a stream, bay or strait through which the main volume or current of water flows.
- A large strait, such as the English Channel.
Functional Standards Common Glossary, published by the Cabinet Office, defines a channel as: ‘The medium to deliver a message to an end audience. Often categorised as either ‘paid’, ‘owned’ or ‘earned’. The publicity gained through means other than paid-for advertising or own channel.’
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