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Keywords and Sections
VERTEBRAL STRUCTURE LEADING
HUDDERSFIELD NARROW CANAL
CHAMBER
TOWN
RIVER
ROOT CANAL
OXFORD CANAL
BIRMINGHAM CANAL
TUNNEL
TUNNELS
STENOSIS
CANALS
SYLVIUS
LOCKS
COVENTRY
NARROW CANAL
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Vertebral Structure Leading

  1. CONSTITUTIONAL STENOSIS - Normal-statured individuals with congenital variance in vertebral structure leading to a narrow canal. (Web site)

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

  1. The Broad Canal is used much more since the re-opening of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal in 2001.

Chamber

  1. This chamber is connected to the tip of the root of the tooth via narrow canal(s);hence, the term “root canal”.

Town

  1. The Huddersfield Narrow Canal was completed in 1811 and still runs through the town.

River

  1. The variety is endless, city, town, village and country, wide canal, narrow canal and river.
  2. Thames Ring: A really exciting mix of river, narrow canal and broad canal. (Web site)

Root Canal

  1. This chamber is connected to the tip of the root via narrow canal(s); hence, the term "root canal".

Oxford Canal

  1. As with most of the British narrow canal system, the Oxford Canal suffered from a rapid decline in freight traffic after the second world war.

Birmingham Canal

  1. The Droitwich Junction Canal is a narrow canal, opened in 1854, which linked Droitwich to the Worcester and Birmingham Canal. (Web site)

Tunnel

  1. Re-opening of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal for leisure traffic necessitated the restoration of the tunnel.
  2. Caldon: Narrow canal, 17 miles, 17 locks, 1 tunnel. (Web site)

Tunnels

  1. T&M: Mainly narrow canal, 93 miles, 73 locks, 4 tunnels. (Web site)

Stenosis

  1. People who have a very narrow canal are at risk for stenosis because even minor crowding inside the spinal canal can lead to symptoms. (Web site)

Canals

  1. Like most of the British narrow canal system the Oxford Canal suffered from the rapid decline in freight traffic carried on the canals. (Web site)

Sylvius

  1. The cerebral aqueduct (aqueductus cerebri; aqueduct of Sylvius) is a narrow canal, about 15 mm. (Web site)

Locks

  1. This is a narrow canal - the locks are 7 feet wide, and it is still navigable to Aylesbury Basin.

Coventry

  1. The Oxford Canal is a 78 mile (130 km) long narrow canal in central England linking Oxford with Coventry via Banbury and Rugby. (Web site)

Narrow Canal

  1. Coventry Canal The Coventry Canal is a narrow Canal in England which travels for 38 miles (65 km) between Coventry and just north of Lichfield.
  2. The Oxford Canal is a narrow canal in central England linking Oxford to Coventry via Banbury and Rugby. (Web site)
  3. Locating the apex is difficult, because the narrow canal does not provide a clear viewing path and fluids can partially fill the canal. (Web site)

Categories

  1. United Kingdom > England > Coventry > Coventry Canal
  2. Capitals > London > River Thames > Oxford Canal
  3. Birmingham Canal
  4. United Kingdom > England > Oxfordshire > Banbury
  5. Lichfield
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