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Dock a tot

Dock a tot

Dock a tot

“Dock a tot” means to become a caretaker for someone or something. And, when you are properly equipped with the skill set, you come out of it with an empathy that’s often life changing, even if they’re just a dog.Dock incorporates standards from the industry-leading World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and VCDM standards facilitating interoperability with other open source technologies. It’s also open source and uses permissive, developer-friendly licenIndustry standard and well utilized cryptographic techniques combined with the Dock Blockchain provide clear and tamper-proof audit trails and blockchain anchoring for time-specific data.

Dock

Smaller docks are wooden planks that jut into the water — boats can pull up and be tied or anchored there. Larger docks in harbors might have gates enclosing areas of water where ships can be repaired or cargo unloaded. When boats dock, they pull up to a dock or a pier. You can also use the verb form of dock to mean "cut off," as when a farmer docks an animal's tail or a boss docks a worker's wages. pontoon docks, of which few have been built, rise and fall with the water level. One such dock floats up or down guided by walls of sheet-steel piling driven to bedrock, which serves to anchor or moor the whole assemblage. Access to shore is provided by a trestle hinged at the shore end and resting freely on the pontoon at the other end.

In addition, it may be necessary to do some dredging in front of the wall to obtain the required water depth. In American English, dock is technically synonymous with pier or wharf—any human-made structure in the water intended for people to be on. However, in modern use, pier is generally used to refer to structures originally intended for industrial use, such as seafood processing or shipping, and more recently for cruise ships, and dock is used for almost everything else, often with a qualifier, such as ferry dock, swimming dock, ore dock and others. However, pier is also commonly used to refer to wooden or metal structures that extend into the ocean from beaches and are used, for the most part, to accommodate fishing in the ocean without using a boat. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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