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dogger

[′dȯg·ər]
(geology)
Concretionary masses of calcareous sandstone or ironstone.

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.

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Regular doggers between 3pm and after 5pm on the weekends.
Police caught doggers there last year, but confirm a recent surge in complaints.
The doggers either arrange to meet online or simply turn up hoping to find some action.
They also hope the presence of hulking police horses will be enough to send doggers packing.
They insisted they should not be on the list because doggers are not a danger to the public.
The doggers meet up in the forestry pull-ins to take part in or simply watch strangers having sex.
All they needed was for a group of doggers, some special needs singletons, a couple of living dolls and a bloke with testicles the size of Wolverhampton to show up and they'd have had the full set.
Residents in Birdlip, Gloucestershire, are furious about the Barrow Wake public viewpoint earning a national reputation as a haven for doggers.
Doggers are advised to make sure they know what they are after - and that everyone else knows.
Residents in Newcas-tle, Co Down, claim the doggers - so called be cause they were often caught on by people walking their dogs - are turn-ing up at the Island car-park in the town ready to be watched during sexual acts by other doggers and passers-by.
So Edinburgh cops were right to run an operation to nab the doggers.