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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcanoeca‧noe1 /kəˈnuː/ ●●○ noun [countable]  TTWa long light boat that is pointed at both ends and which you move along using a paddle paddle your own canoe at paddle2(5)
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canoeA few luxuries have been smuggled in by canoe from the Solomons, which Bougainville is geographically and culturally close to.Was he drowned in an accident and his canoe washed further down to be buried in the silting up of the marshes?They named it Michilimackinac, or Great Turtle, because it resembled a turtle as they paddled toward it in canoes.In my sixth year I did make myself a smaller canoe, but I did not try to escape in it.Memories merge with reality now as we beach the canoe near the ledges under the still-standing thick hemlock.Of course, the canoe was too heavy.We maneuvered the canoe so it skirted just past that rock.