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dogger

[′dȯg·ər]
(geology)
Concretionary masses of calcareous sandstone or ironstone.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Dogger

 

(geology), the middle division of the Jurassic system, subdivided into three stages: Aalen, Bajocian, and Bathonian. In the USSR, Dogger deposits are called Middle Jurassic. The term is rarely used.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Speaking anonymously the man told the ECHO: "In the main, doggers are not mac-wearing perverts, or social misfits.
"There was the couple who invited me to follow them back to their flat in Wallasey before I bottled out on the stairs as I thought it was a set up (I later found out from another dogger that they were completely genuine).
"Should the plans for the airport gain approval this week, the joint venture between the two companies will likely require a heliport to support the transfer of people to and from the PS3.2bn wind farm project - located more than 100 miles off the coast of Redcar." The mayor's office says Dogger Bank will provide the UK with 4.8GW of clean, renewable power for decades, equating to around 10% of the UK's total electricity requirements.
The mayor's office says Dogger Bank will provide the UK with 4.8GW of clean, renewable power for decades - equating to around 10% of the UK's total electricity requirements.
After winning nine caps for Wales at rugby, he would later go on to enjoy a distinguished naval career, and was engineercaptain of the HMS Tiger upon his death at the age of 51, which followed on from the Battle of Dogger Bank.
If the Mono Bucket is successful, then these revolutionary supports could make a big contribution to the success of the wind-turbine arrays to be constructed on the Dogger Bank, and hence also to the UK renewable energy programme and the economy.
The Dogger Bank Teesside A and B project would see as many as 400 turbines built in the North Sea, around 100 miles off the coast, if it is completed after it gained planning consent.
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In which sea is the sandbank known as the Dogger Bank?
At the battle of Dogger Bank on January 24, 1915, squadrons of the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet clashed in the North Sea.
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