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Dogger Bank

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDogger BankDog‧ger Bank /ˌdɒɡə ˈbæŋk $ ˌdɔːɡər-/  an area of the North Sea, about 70 miles (110 kilometres) off the coast of northeast England, where the sea is not very deep because there is a large sandbank (=raised area of sand in the sea) under the water. It used to be known as a place where lots of boats went to catch fish, but the amount of fishing allowed is much more limited now.
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