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Manchester Ship Canal, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishManchester Ship Canal, thethe Manchester Ship CanalˌManchester ˈShip Caˌnal, the  a long, narrow stretch of water in northwest England which goes from Manchester to the sea. It was built to help the cotton factories to move their goods in the 19th century.
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