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Example sentences from the Web for Suez Canal
The world's biggest shipping firms face a major gamble this weekend over whether to risk the wait on a reopened Suez Canal.
As Suez demonstrated, it was a lot easier to be tough on allies than on a potentially mortal adversary.
But in July he joined the army backed government as the interim labor minister and has defended the breaking of the Suez strikes.Once Key Players in the Revolution, Egypt's Workers Stand Down|Jesse Rosenfeld|October 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In early October 1973, campaign ads of the ruling Labor Party declared, "On the banks of the Suez, all is quiet."
Chaos has also been reported in Alexandra, Port Said, Tanta, Mansoura, Sohag, and Suez.Egypt in Chaos as Protesters Call for Military Council to Transfer Power|Mike Giglio|November 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Al Qaeda and Zawahiri know they have been bypassed in the streets of Cairo, Suez and Alexandria.
Indeed, we have almost been induced to believe that there is nothing adventurous west of Suez.Seeing Things at Night|Heywood Broun
Mails and passengers went by steamer to Suez, and then by train to Alexandria, where they joined another steamer.Recollections of Calcutta for over Half a Century|Montague Massey
Mr. Godstone himself did not go out with us, but went across by Suez and joined us there for the homeward voyage.A Chapter of Adventures|G. A. Henty
Dean Stanley, on his route from Suez to Sinai, met with one which prevailed the whole day.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
A few short halts at stations, and we detrain at Suez, to resume our journey by sea; we have completed the overland portion of it.Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army|Charles Alexander Gordon
British Dictionary definitions for Suez Canal
Cultural definitions for Suez Canal
A canal connecting the Mediterranean and Red Seas, completed in 1869 and long controlled by Great Britain. The opera Aïda by Giuseppe Verdi was written to honor the opening of the canal. (See Suez Canal crisis.)