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docken

(ˈdɒkən)
n
1. (Plants) another name for dock4
2. something of no value or importance: not worth a docken.
[C14 doken, from Old English doccan, pl of docce dock4]
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dockens/posts/10155437802541839) Facebook user, Tiele Dockens.
A photo of the dog, identified as 'Otis,' was posted by Facebook user Tiele Dockens who lived around the area.
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Bryan Dockens of Santa Barbara examines an 1840s copy of the Declaration of Independence, a stand-in for an original.
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The photo was shared by a Facebook user, Tiele Dockens.
Dockens, cleared in her Facebook post, that the dog was not a stray.