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At the time Wodehouse started writing for the Saturday Evening Post, these were types of stories that were being told seriously in the Post and many other magazines, and Wodehouse basically made his name by writing stories that took those elements and rechannelled them into farce.
South Africa also had a guarantee from Uganda that the weapons would not be rechannelled to rebels in Zaire.
Even the Baptized, who had had their minds dipped and then rechannelled with only a century's worth of memories, betrayed to the experienced eye a vague, tortured puzzlement, as though still searching in the stilled waters for some salmon of ego they had been left no reason to suspect had ever been there.
And so, at 1000 hours the following day, he pressed home a switch that rechannelled the main electric current through the circuit breaker he had installed.
So if trade with China and rising prosperity have rechannelled the Chinese people's energies and given them new hopes and global dreams, a similar policy might work for other countries too.