The North Channel of the Amazon was beyond again, with more islands, about which the chart confessed less knowledge.
It is not unusual, according to the wind, to go by the North Channel.
But suppose there should be an enemy submarine in the North Channel that hadn't much fuel left, how could she renew her supply?
They've sunk another ship in the North Channel—a wheat ship from Canada!
In the first hour of official clearance, the North Channel is busy with the traffic.
At Gregory's direction the albacore fishermen began cruising toward the North Channel.
The distance to the middle of North Channel was about fifteen miles.
From the north side of the island and near its west end to the coast of Labrador the North Channel is fifteen miles wide.
But the fleeing steamer passed through the North Channel, around the north coast of Ireland and vanished in the broad ocean.
The wind blowing fresh up channel, the captain concluded to run out of the North Channel.