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Definition of Rechannel
1. channel [v -NELLED, -NELLING, -NELS, -NELED, -NELING] - See also: channel
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rechannel
Literary usage of Rechannel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Energy Policies of IEA Countries by International Energy Agency (1999)
"... ten power companies amounts to ¥520 billion), in order to rechannel benefits into society which have been gained through efficient management efforts. ..."
2. Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the 21st Century by William B. Johnstone, DIANE Publishing Company, Arnold E. Packer (1987)
"The world's financial institutions must rechannel capital from the rich, aging nations of the world to the young, industrializing countries where real rates ..."
3. South Florida Ecosystem Restoration: Joint Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Craig Thomas (1999)
"In 1948, Congress authorized the Central and South Florida Flood Control project, which called for the US Army Corps of Engineers to rechannel the majority ..."
4. Jury And The Search For Truth: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary edited by Orrin G. Hatch (1998)
"But let's figure out how much that is deterring the Government and let's try to rechannel that amount of deterrence by having the payment—this is a ..."
5. The World Rice Market: Structure, Conduct, and Performance by ʻAmmā Sayāmwālā, Raj Krishna, Ammar Siamwalla, Stephen Haykin, Ajay Chhibber (1983)
"Further. as exports are more concentrated than imports (see Table 6). placing stocks near the export point would make it easier to rechannel them to various ..."
6. Continuity of Offender Treatment for Substance Use Disorders from by Gary Field (1998)
"The focus of the residential transition program is to rechannel leadership abilities through a mentorship program that allows the clients to work with ..."