Canal definition

Canal means a man-made trench, the bottom of which is normally covered by water, with the upper edges of its two sides normally above water. [Section 403.803(2), F.S.]
Canal means an open structure that is lined or reinforced for the conveying of a liquid or that serves as an artificial watercourse;

Examples of Canal in a sentence

  • A wastewater conveyance line underneath the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal will connect to a pump station on the south side of town.

  • The Chesapeake and Delaware Canal also influences drainage in this area.

  • Lillian Conrad, 435 Canal Street Suite 202, commented on behalf of the Canal Street Historic District Business Association, announced that their music festival was rescheduled to March 21, 2021 – March 22, 2021 and it will be included in the Antiques Festival.

  • The Availability of Ground Water from the Potomac Formation in the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Area, Delaware.

  • The area of wetlands or other surface waters from which material is to be dredged or filled shall not exceed a total of 0.5 acre for any one structure.(2) Canal bank and bottom stabilization necessary to repair erosion damage and restore previously existing canal configurations.


More Definitions of Canal

Canal means a man-made ditch or channel that carries water for purposes other than domestic consumption;
Canal means a narrow strip of water, artificially made, between two water bodies described in rule 571—13.2(455A,461A,462A).
Canal means feeder, canal, rajbahas, minors, drains, channels and Minor Irrigation Tubewells, Corporation (MITC) Nalas
Canal means that part of the harbour comprising the Manchester Ship Canal and so much of the River Irwell as lies to the westward of Hunt’s Bank in the City of Manchester, and includes the locks and docks;
Canal means a trench, the bottom of which is normally covered by water, with the upper edges of its two sides normally above water.
Canal means any canal, natural or artificial channel or line of natural drainage or any reservoir, dam or embankment constructed, maintained or controlled for the supply or storage of water or the protection of land from flood or sand, and includes 14[14][any portion of a canal or] any water-course or subsidiary works as defined in this section;