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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdocklanddock‧land /ˈdɒklənd, -lænd $ ˈdɑːk-/ (also docklands) noun [uncountable]  AREAthe area of a port where there are docks a dockland development
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docklandBait time in dockland meant fifteen glorious minutes of rest.Despite these important differences, the original dockland areas shared similar economic histories.Ray will be shooting the film in London next month and later in Liverpool's dockland.However, some dockland and inner city areas would be excluded.This tall, well-built 19-year-old came from a large, chaotic household in a north-west dockland town.
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