Canal definition

Canal means a narrow strip of water, artificially made, between two water bodies described in rule 571—13.2(455A,461A,462A).
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

Hood Canal Summer Chum Conservation Initiative) or other regionally accepted policies (e.g. the NPPC Annual Production Review Report and Recommendations - NPPC document 99-15).

All fees and dues levied by Municipal, Canal or Water Supply Authorities are to be borne by the Contractor.

If a person lives outside of the United States or Canada, the controller is the Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland.

All notices and communications to us shall be sent to us at Three Canal Plaza, Suite 100, Portland, ME 04101, Attn: Legal Dept., or at such other address as we may designate in writing.

Bids shall be addressed and mailed or delivered as specified on page one (1) to 200 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168.


More Definitions of Canal

Canal means a man-made ditch or channel that carries water for purposes other than domestic consumption;
Canal means feeder, canal, rajbahas, minors, drains, channels and Minor Irrigation Tubewells, Corporation (MITC) Nalas
Canal means an artificial waterway
Canal means a waterway constructed for the purpose of transporting water to a point of delivery, including main canals and lateral canals.
Canal means an artificial open channel carrying water including situations passing through tunnels enroute;
Canal means a trench, the bottom of which is normally covered by water, with the upper edges of its two sides normally above water.