channel off


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w>channel off

vt sep (lit)ableiten; (fig)abzweigen
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Tenders are invited for Removal of over burden/ dredging on right side of River Jhelum down stream Abdullah bridge to Peerzoo Channel off take.
Out fishing over the rock channel off New Brighton on Saturday, Brigand again gave anglers a fantastic day's sport, seeing thornback rays, Tub gurnard, flounder, cod, whiting, pouting, dab, dogfish and a baby tope taken.
The latest incursion by Russian aircraft comes after a Russian warship was intercepted by the Royal Navy close to UK waters and two longrange bombers flew down the English Channel off the coast near Bournemouth.
The seal disappeared back beneath the waves after it finally allowed Tim to land the pollock in the Channel off the Devon coast.
Inspector Andy Walbeoff said: "I understand from the coastguard it was a 13m yacht on a leisure day out in the channel off Lavernock Point.
The confrontation turned violent last month, with thousands trying to storm Sharif's house in the capital Islamabad and briefly taking the state television channel off the air.
Pakistani soldiers and paramilitary forces entered the headquarters of the state television channel PTV in Islamabad on Monday after a crowd of protesters stormed the building and took the channel off the air.
If Twenty-First Century Fox succeeds in buying Time Warner, it's likely to sell CNN and pay billions of dollars in taxes rather than go through the headaches of spinning the cable news channel off to shareholders of the merged company, according to people familiar with the matter.
TWO divers died yesterday after getting into difficulties during an underwater expedition in the Channel off Eastbourne, East Sussex.
BLUE RIVER - Six seventh-graders from Agnes Stewart Middle School in Springfield inched closer to the salmon spawning channel off the McKenzie River, their eyes glued to a lone chinook salmon hovering in the water.
The ferry was carrying 870 people when it collided with the cargo ship MV Sulpicio Express 7 as they passed a narrow channel off the port of Talisay City.
Also in January, the government of Spain asked the country's major satellite provider Hispasat to take an Iranian satellite channel off the air in a blatant violation of freedom of speech.