Water dock


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Wa´ter dock`


1.(Bot.) A tall, coarse dock growing in wet places. The American water dock is Rumex orbiculatus, the European is Rumex Hydrolapathum.
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and Union Pacific Railroad, as well as barge connectivity to major Gulf Coast refining centers and deep water dock connectivity to international markets.
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As with PD Ports, regarding the second deepest water dock in the country.
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Furthermore, it in addition has deep water dock connectivity to international markets.
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It would be far cheaper in the long run to build a deep water dock further along the coast and provide an access road to it.
is pleased to announce that the new multi-user deep water dock at the Port of Sept-Iles, Quebec is on time and on