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Isle of Dogs, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIsle of Dogs, thethe Isle of DogsˌIsle of ˈDogs, the  an area of East London, surrounded on three sides by the River Thames. It used to be a very working class area, with a lot of industry and docks (=places where ships are loaded). But it is now part of docklands and there are a lot of new houses and offices there.
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