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lack and canal
Acanthocephalans lack a mouth or alimentary canal.
Although the canal was re-opened in March 1899, lack of water on the summit level soon closed it again, after which Gloucestershire County Council suggested that they take it over.
Periander's change of heart is attributed variously to the great expense of the project, a lack of labour or a fear that a canal would have robbed Corinth of its dominant role as an entrepôt for goods.
It was never a commercial success and, from 1950, lack of maintenance allowed the canal to become increasingly derelict.
More surveys followed, and in 1804 construction of the canal began including 14 locks to connect the Christina River in Delaware with the Elk River at Welch Point, Maryland, but the project was halted two years later for lack of funds.
Since 2006, Poland has considered digging another canal across the Vistula Spit in order to circumvent this lack of access.
A flight of canal locks was considered but discarded, mainly because of the lack of a suitable site and the loss of water from the canal that would have resulted from operating locks.
By the reign of Tiberius, engineers tried to dig a canal, but were defeated by lack of modern equipment.
Because of the lack of upwelling and tides pushing in oxygen rich waters into the canal, the area ’ s oxygen content suffers.
Referred to by pequeninos as little mothers, these female infants lack a birth canal and consequently do not survive the " birth " of their children.
After capturing Azov in 1696, Peter the Great decided to build the canal, but, because of a lack of resources and other problems, this attempt was abandoned in 1701 without success.
A lack of capital and income prevented completion of the canal, and it remained with Garthmyl as its terminus for 20 years.
In 1817 the link between the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey canal was closed due to its lack of financial success.
The main factor restricting the potential scope of the movement is the lack of abandoned or surplus rail lines in continental Europe, though abandoned canal towpaths are readily available and used for similar purposes.
Some argue that this lack of temporization can result in a decreased need for root canal therapy, as there is no temporary leakage between visits.
On April 28, 1899 the name was changed to the Delaware and Hudson Company to reflect the lack of a canal, which was sold in June of that year.
Spinal or neurogenic claudication is not due to lack of blood supply, but rather it is caused by nerve root compression or stenosis of the spinal canal, usually from a degenerative spine, most often at the " L4-L5 " or " L5-S1 " level.
The construction of the Nova Scotia Railway by the colonial government was partly encouraged by the construction failures and ongoing delays in building the Shubenacadie Canal The success of the railway came at the expense of the canal which opened in 1861, but soon fell into disrepair from lack of use ( and because the rail bridges over the canal were too low for the steamers on the canal ).
After World War II, in common with many other canals, the canal started to suffer from a lack of maintenance, although commercial carrying on the canal continued into the 1960s.
The lack of an act to authorise the canal proved to be a problem in April 1821, when L. W. Dillwyn refused permission to allow Tennant to cut through his land to pass under the Swansea road.

lack and handicapped
The agricultural sector remains handicapped by structural problems, surplus labor, inefficient small farms, and a lack of investment.
The police are handicapped, however, by Japan's lack of an equivalent to plea bargaining, witness protection, or the United States ' RICO Act.
In Inward Hunger ' ms recounts that in the period following his graduation: " I was severely handicapped in my research by my lack of money ...
Although the British correspondents were amazed at the courageousness and impetuosity of their attack, the assault of the Russian army was handicapped by poor organization and lack of experienced soldiers which, due to Sevastopol, forced their corps to consist mostly of militia.
A four-barrel Motor Trend test car, a heavier convertible handicapped by the two-speed automatic transmission and the lack of a limited slip differential, ran 0-60 mph in 7 seconds and through the quarter mile in 16. 1 seconds at 89 miles per hour ( 142. 4 km / h ).
* Turkey: As " the fate of Turkey's wildlife lies with various governmental bodies holding often conflicting agendas and handicapped by a lack of skilled personnel and funding " unfortunately " there are no estimates of the number " of Eurasian lynx living in Turkey and possibly their number is declining due to legal hunting of the animal from August to the end of March every year.
* Turkey: As " the fate of Turkey's wildlife lies with various governmental bodies holding often conflicting agendas and handicapped by a lack of skilled personnel and funding " unfortunately " there are no estimates of the number " of Eurasian lynx living in Turkey and possibly their number is declining due to legal hunting of the animal from August to the end of March every year.
Later essays were handicapped by a lack of resources in the libraries of the small towns where Davidson lived in the pre-Internet era, but are enlivened by the style and bold speculation.
Near the port area are the Chongjin Steel Co., Chemical Textile Co., May 10 Coal Mine Machinery Factory and Kimchaek Iron & Steel ; however industrial activities in the city have been severely handicapped due to a lack of resources.
Chinese troop movement was severely handicapped by the lack of sufficient motorized vehicles and adequate railway lines.
Gallery Place's opening was delayed due to a court order regarding lack of handicapped access, but it opened in the middle of the line on December 15, 1976.
The opening of the station was delayed by a court order over lack of handicapped access ( it was originally supposed to open with the rest of the first stations on March 27, 1976 ).
When the European troops were reinforced and began to counterattack, the sepoys who mutinied were especially handicapped by their lack of a centralised command and control system.
However, there are trade-offs: such systems often lack handicapped access ( required by law in many countries ), for example.
The audio quality was excellent by contemporary standards and they featured professional talent, most with names known to the general public, but Vogue was handicapped by the lack of any big " hit " names.
The parachute brigade's troops were desperately short of drinking water, but Miyazaki was handicapped by lack of artillery until near the end of the battle.
Rand later described the production as " badly handicapped by lack of funds " and " competent, but somewhat unexciting.
Continental with 6 % Delta with 4. 3 % cent, Northwest with 2. 2 % USAir with 1. 7 % and TWA with 0. 9 % were handicapped by lack of access to Heathrow.
Vancouver was likewise handicapped by a lack of instructions.
) Troi is clearly handicapped by her lack of technical knowledge, but eventually manages to assert herself in order to give the crew in the drive section a chance.
Bewildered by the competition and handicapped by the lack of their best player, they quickly fall behind until the pub owner finally discloses the wager, and the mechanic shows up when he learns from his teammates that his wife is looking for him at the rink.

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