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The English Channel is a body of water between England and France on Earth.

The Channel Tunnel ran underneath the English Channel. (ST novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2)

When he was a child, Jean-Luc Picard often dreamed he was a World War II fighter pilot who was forced to bail out of his Royal Air Force aircraft over the English Channel. (TNG novel: Requiem)

Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien's holoprogram of the Battle of Britain featured aerial combat over the English Channel between the RAF and the Germans. The character of Clive crashed his plane into the English Channel and was killed. (DS9 episodes: "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places", "Homefront", "Accession")

Bodies of water on the planet Earth
Allegheny RiverArno RiverArctic OceanAtlantic OceanBering SeaCaribbean SeaChattahoochee RiverEast RiverEnglish ChannelGreat LakesGulf of MexicoIndian OceanLoch NessMediterranean SeaNileOrinoco RiverRiver ThamesPacific OceanSan Francisco BayScheldt RiverSeine RiverTiber RiverVictoria Falls UFP emblem image. United Earth emblem image.

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