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.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Meanwhile, British Steel has won a deal to supply crane rails for the PS57billion Yangshan deep water dock in Shanghai.
GOTAC will have access to an adjacent deep water dock that will serve Aframax crude tankers, favored because of their ability to serve most ports in the world.
"The homes at Watermark offer spectacular views and a very rare opportunity to own a private deep water dock. There's no other opportunity to own a new home with a deep water dock anywhere else within Marin County real estate (http://www.auctiontiburon.com), and very limited opportunities on the West Coast," said Lori Sanson, Executive Vice President of DeNova Homes, Inc.
The deal, initially for 10 years, will bring ships carrying up to 75,000 tonnes of sustainably-sourced biomass to the deep water dock on the south bank of the Tyne, where it will be unloaded and stored before being dispatched to Drax by train.
Brenner adds that the company's new shredding plant, located near a deep water dock on the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, N.C., is expected to go online by the end of the year.
As with PD Ports, regarding the second deepest water dock in the country.
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.
The Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser's office said the bay-front house with stunning views and a private water dock has a market value of $1.83million.
* Brooklyn, New York: Waterfront Home with deep water dock in Mill Basin at 2654 National Drive.