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channeling

verb as in direct, guide

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At the top of the pyramid is the C-suite, which prioritizes the channeling of data into business value.

It’s a lightweight, comfortable road helmet with wind tunnel vents and internal channeling.

Tolkien, channeling something similar, conjured the Eye of Sauron.

He spends the rest of the movie struggling to clear his name and channeling Harrison Ford from The Fugitive.

A choice Johnson says he made channeling a Harpo Marx type character, and not a “mysterious Oriental.”

But, at least with his new disco campaign ad, he'll be channeling Kanye West by adding some 808s to his likely heartbreak tonight.

On campus—and even off-campus—divestment has long been a popular means of channeling outrage.

The first success at channeling this nuclear power in a nonbomb device had been accomplished in England in 1958.

On road work, plowing and sprinkling are estimated per unit-area; and in quarry work, channeling is so estimated.

It is also occasionally used to signify channeling or grooving.

One of these (Fig. 7) indicates the cost of channeling rock.

The change in the channeling of public investment funds was introduced in the hope of increasing the effectiveness of their use.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to channeling, such as: funnel, siphon, carry, convey, transmit, and transport.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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