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FX Movie Channel
Channel
Channel
or channels may refer to:Contents1 In geography1.1 Australia 1.2 Europe 1.3 North America 1.4 Other places2 In science and technology2.1 In communications 2.2 Other uses in science and technology3 In business 4 In arts and entertainment 5 Other uses 6 See alsoIn geography[edit] Channel
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Channel (geography)
In physical geography, a channel is a type of landform consisting of the outline of a path of relatively shallow and narrow body of fluid, most commonly the confine of a river, river delta or strait. The word is cognate to canal, and sometimes shows in this form, e.g. the Hood Canal. Most examples of this are fjords in the Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest
of North America; a notable exception is the Casiquiare canal. All likely share borrowing from Spanish, Portuguese or French. Channels can be either natural or human-made
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Channeling (Rolemaster)
Channeling, or channelling, may refer to:ScienceChannelling (physics), the process that constrains the path of a charged particle in a crystalline solid Metabolite or substrate channeling in biochemistry and cell physiologyOther:Legal channeling, a contractual or legal redirection of responsibilities from an organization to another Mediumistic channeling, influences attributed to esoteric communications via a person described as a medium or channel Channeling of an automobile's bodySee also[edit]Channelled textThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Channeling. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the inten
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Distribution Channel
Distribution (or place) is one of the four elements of the marketing mix. Distribution is the process of making a product or service available for the consumer or business user that needs it. This can be done directly by the producer or service provider, or using indirect channels with distributors or intermediaries. The other three elements of the marketing mix are product, pricing, and promotion. Decisions about distribution need to be taken in line with a company's overall strategic vision and mission. Developing a coherent distribution plan is a central component of strategic planning. At the strategic level, there are three broad approaches to distribution, namely mass, selective or exclusive distribution
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Legal Channeling
Legal channeling is the act of legally making one entity responsible for an event, and thereby dismissing other parties from liability for an event. For example; the third part liability for nuclear power plants is often channelled to the operator of the nuclear power plant. Therefore, contractors, who work at a nuclear power plant, do not have to have insurance in case one of their employees causes an accident with third party damages as a consequence. See also[edit]Strict liability Joint and several liability Vicario
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Marketing Channel
A marketing channel is the people, organizations, and activities necessary to transfer the ownership of goods from the point of production to the point of consumption. It is the way products and services get to the end-user, the consumer; and is also known as a distribution channel.[1] A marketing channel is a useful tool for management,[2] and is crucial to creating an effective and well-planned marketing strategy.[3] Another less known form of the marketing channel is the Dual Distribution[4] channel. This channel is a less traditional form that allows the manufacturer or wholesaler to reach the end-user by using more than one distribution channel. The producer can simultaneously reach the consumer through a direct market, such as a website, or sell to another company or retailer that will reach the consumer through another channel, i.e., a store
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Pre-chorus
Song
Song
structure or the musical forms of songs in traditional music and music are typically sectional, repeating forms used in songs, such as strophic form and is a part of the songwriting process. Other common forms include bar form, thirty-two-bar form, verse-chorus form, and the twelve-bar blues. Popular music songs traditionally use the same music for each verse or stanza of lyrics (as opposed to songs that are "through-composed"—an approach used in classical music art songs). Pop and traditional forms can be used even with songs that have structural differences in melodies.[clarification needed] The most common format is introduction (intro), verse, pre-chorus, chorus (or refrain), verse, pre-chorus, chorus, bridge ("middle eight"), verse, chorus and outro. In rock music styles, notably heavy metal music, there is usually a guitar solo in the song
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Channels (band)
Channels is a rock band. They are based in Baltimore, Maryland. Started in 2003, Channels features Jawbox and Burning Airlines frontman J. Robbins, as well as bassist Janet Morgan and drummer Darren Zentek of Kerosene 454 and Oswego.[1] While they are in a similar musical vein to Robbins' previous bands, Channels feature Morgan on co-lead and backing vocals, giving the band a much more melodic approach to the vocals. Lyrically, Channels features Robbins' most overtly political writing. Robbins and Zentek also currently perform with Vic Bondi as Report Suspicious Activity.[2] Most recently, both musicians have released an EP as Office of Future Plans, along with Brooks Harlan and Gordon Withers. They have releases on DeSoto Records and Dischord Records. References[edit]^ Warminsky, Joe (November 18, 2011). " J. Robbins on the Status of Channels". Washington City Paper
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Channels (film)
Channels, released in 2008, is love story sometimes described as delving into thoughts of existentialism. The film was written, directed, produced and acted in by Nat Christian. The film stars Kim Oja, Nat Christian, Ed Asner, John Kassir, Joan Van Ark
Joan Van Ark
and Taylor Negron. Ann Marcus executive produced. The production company was Olliewood Films, Inc. References[edit]External links[edit]Channels on IMDb Rotten Tomatoes
Rotten Tomatoes
(http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/channels/)This article about a 2000s romance film is a stub
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Channels TV
Channels Television is an independent 24-hour news and media television channel based in Lagos, Nigeria. The parent company, Channels Incorporated, was founded in 1992, a year before the Nigerian government deregulated the broadcast media. It began broadcasting in 1995. Its primary focus is producing news and current affairs programs on Nigerian domestic issues. The Channel's mission is to act as a watchdog on governmental policies and activities. Operating in Nigeria's popular broadcast media market, Channels Television is the first and only thriving national TV brand, dedicated solely to the dissemination of news
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Channel Television
ITV Channel Television, previously Channel Television, is a British television station which has served as the ITV contractor for the Channel Islands
Channel Islands
since 1962. It is based in Jersey
Jersey
and broadcasts regional programme for insertion into the network ITV schedule. Until November 2011, Channel Television was one of four ITV companies independent from ITV plc
ITV plc
alongside the two STV regions in Scotland
Scotland
and UTV in Northern Ireland. The station has been owned by ITV plc
ITV plc
since the licence was transferred to ITV Broadcasting Limited in March 2017.[notes 1] Until the takeover by ITV plc, Channel Television also had a responsibility to ensure independent productions for ITV complied with the regulator Ofcom's broadcasting rules
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Channeler (The Wheel Of Time)
A wheel is a circular component that is intended to rotate on an axle bearing. The wheel is one of the key components of the wheel and axle which is one of the six simple machines. Wheels, in conjunction with axles, allow heavy objects to be moved easily facilitating movement or transportation while supporting a load, or performing labor in machines. Wheels are also used for other purposes, such as a ship's wheel, steering wheel, potter's wheel and flywheel. Common examples are found in transport applications. A wheel greatly reduces friction by facilitating motion by rolling together with the use of axles. In order for wheels to rotate, a moment needs to be applied to the wheel about its axis, either by way of gravity or by the application of another external force or torque
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Channel (association Football)
In association football, channels is the name given to certain areas of the pitch, created by the space between players and groups of players. There are two types of channels, vertical (between full backs and their closest centre back), and horizontal (between defence,midfield and attack). Vertical channels[edit] The channels are subjectively described (there is no specific marking of the pitch) as the areas in which wide-playing strikers look to receive the ball, being a vertical strip extending from the halfway line to the goal line, and close to, but not too near the edge of the pitch, just inside the touchline, an area more commonly occupied by a winger.[1] By receiving the ball in the channel, a striker hopes to confuse the opposing defence, as he is between the full-back and centre-back, and makes them unsure as to who should mark or close down the striker, this thinking time allows the striker more time on the ball, and also distracts the defence from other players who are makin
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Channel Express
Channel Express
Channel Express
(Air Services) Limited was an airline with its head office in Building 470 at Bournemouth International Airport
Bournemouth International Airport
in Christchurch, Dorset, near Bournemouth.[1] It operated scheduled services from Bournemouth
Bournemouth
to the Channel Islands
Channel Islands
and nightly cargo services to Europe
Europe
and throughout the UK on behalf of Royal Mail
Royal Mail
and other overnight express carriers. Short notice and ad hoc charters were also operated throughout Europe, the Middle East
Middle East
and North Africa, as well as wet-lease operations on behalf of major scheduled airlines
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Channel Football Club
The Channel Football Club was an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club currently playing in the Old Scholars Football Association
Old Scholars Football Association
(Tas), also known as Old Scholars. The Channel Football Club's emblem is the Saints.Contents1 The Formation of Channel Football Club 2 The Struggle and Joining the Old Scholars 3 Stadiums, Achievements & Club Records 4 References 5 External linksThe Formation of Channel Football Club[edit] The Channel Football Club was formed in 1967 after the disastrous 1967 Tasmanian bushfires, which decimated the Channel region. With the demise of the Margate, Kettering, Snug and Woodbridge Football Clubs, the Channel Football Club was formed to incorporate all four of these clubs, Channel would be lining up for the 1967 season in the Huon Football Association
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Meridian (Chinese Medicine)
The meridian system (simplified Chinese: 经络; traditional Chinese: 經絡; pinyin: jīngluò, also called channel network) is a concept in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) about a path through which the life-energy known as "qi" flows.[1] Despite ongoing research into the existence of meridians, no convincing scientific evidence has been put forward for their existence. Major proponents of their existence have also not come to any consensus as to how they might work or be tested in a scientific context.Contents1 Main concepts1.1 Twelve standard meridians 1.2 Eight extraordinary meridians2 See also 3 References 4 External linksMain concepts[edit] The meridian network is typically divided into 2 categories, the jingmai (經脈) or meridian channels and the luomai (絡脈) or associated vessels (sometimes called "collaterals")
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