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Chan·ning

 (chăn′ĭng), William Ellery 1780-1842.
American minister whose writings and sermons popularized Unitarian doctrines and led to the formation of the American Unitarian Association.
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Chan•ning

(ˈtʃæn ɪŋ)

n.
William Ellery, 1780–1842, U.S. Unitarian clergyman and writer.
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Channing, who happened to preach that morning for the first time in a very long interval.
After my fellowship of toil and impracticable schemes with the dreamy brethren of Brook Farm; after living for three years within the subtle influence of an intellect like Emerson's; after those wild, free days on the Assabeth, indulging fantastic speculations, beside our fire of fallen boughs, with Ellery Channing; after talking with Thoreau about pine-trees and Indian relics in his hermitage at Walden; after growing fastidious by sympathy with the classic refinement of Hillard's culture; after becoming imbued with poetic sentiment at Longfellow's hearthstone -- it was time, at length, that I should exercise other faculties of my nature, and nourish myself with food for which I had hitherto had little appetite.
In Manchester, John James Tayler, pastor to the elite Mosley Street Unitarian chapel and one of Channing's chief English disciples, articulated a version of Unitarian social morality that reflected a different set of social experiences.
William Ellery Channing, influential Congregationalist Unitarian minister of Boston, helped found the Christian Disciple, a liberal Protestant magazine.
CHANNING </IR> , a nephew of <IR> WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING </IR> and like him a Unitarian minister and ardent humanitarian, to make a pronouncement on slavery.
In the (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6787737/Jenna-Dewan-bombshell-blue-gleaming-coat-sky-high-stilettos.html) photos shared by Daily Mail , Channing Tatum's ex-wife is seen making her way to her ride.
The girls were led by Channing Collins with 20 points, Brenah Durbin added 13, Haylee Virden knocked down 10 points and Channing Reed had 9 points and 11 rebounds.
Among the eye candy in this sequel are returning cast members like lead star Channing Tatum whose stage name lends itself to the film, Joe Manganiello, Adam Rodriguez and others.
2 STEP UP (2006) PUTTING on his dancing shoes proved a good move for Channing as he went from bad boy to dance hero.
5 SHE'S THE MAN (2006) | A modern re-telling of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night with Amanda Bynes as Viola who poses as her own twin brother at an elite school, but finds herself falling for football captain Duke, played by Channing.