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Grand Canal
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The Great Gatsby
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  • I saw the skins of tigers flaming in his palace on the Grand Canal; I saw him opening a chest of rubies to ease, with their crimson-lighted depths, the gnawings of his broken heart.

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of Venice Define
the most important canal in Venice, Italy -- a famous route for tourists on gondolas
of China Define
longest canal in the world (about 1000 miles) in eastern China
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