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Dog·ger Bank

 (dô′gər, dŏg′ər)
An extensive sandbank of the central North Sea between Great Britain and Denmark. It is a major breeding ground for fish.

Dogger Bank

(ˈdɒɡə)
n
(Placename) an extensive submerged sandbank in the North Sea between N England and Denmark: fishing ground

Dog′ger Bank′

(ˈdɔ gər, ˈdɒg ər)
n.
a shoal in the North Sea, between N England and Denmark: fishing grounds.
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When the Doggerbank wind farm starts, a lot of workboats will be required, all of which will require a slipway facility.
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The industry, which is predicted to be worth pounds 100bn over the next decade, has drawn almost 300 delegates to the the special 'meet the buyer' event tomorrow, which includes speakers from One North East, Crown Estate and Forewind, the consortium that have won the right to develop Doggerbank, the largest of the new sites off the North-east coast.
Almost 300 delegates are expected at the event which includes speakers from One North East, Crown Estate and Forewind, the consortium which won the right to develop Doggerbank, the largest of the new sites.