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docks, plural;
  1. Deduct (something, esp. an amount of money)
    • - their wages are docked for public displays of affection
    • - he will be docked an hour's pay
  2. Cut short (an animal's tail)
    • - fifteen of the dogs had had their tails docked
  3. Cut short the tail of (an animal)
    • - the dog had been docked
  1. A coarse weed of temperate regions, with inconspicuous greenish or reddish flowers. The leaves are popularly used to relieve nettle stings

  1. come into dock; "the ship docked"
  2. an enclosure in a court of law where the defendant sits during the trial
  3. any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine
  4. deprive someone of benefits, as a penalty
  5. deduct from someone's wages
  6. pier: a platform built out from the shore into the water and supported by piles; provides access to ships and boats
  7. The program UCSF DOCK was created in the 1980's by Irwin "Tack" Kuntz's Group, and was the first docking program.Kuntz ID, Blaney JM, Oatley SJ, Langridge R, Ferrin TE. A geometric approach to macromolecule-ligand interactions. J Mol Biol. 1982 Oct 25;161(2):269-88. ...
  8. Docking is used as a term for the intentional removal of part of an animal's tail or ears. The term cropping is also used, more commonly in reference to the docking of ears, while docking more commonly--but not exclusively--refers to the tail. The term tailing is also commonly used. ...
  9. Hayden Scott-Baron (born April 6, 1980), better known as Dock, is an English professional illustrator and graphic designer. In 2001 he joined up with other comic creators Laura Watton, Sam Brown/Subi and Foxy in founding one of the largest UK Manga Studios, Sweatdrop Studios.
  10. The Dock is a prominent feature of the graphical user interface of the Mac OS X operating system, which is used to launch applications, and switch between running applications. ...
  11. A dock (from Dutch 'dok') is a human-made structure or group of structures involved in the handling of boats or ships, usually on or close to a shore. However, the exact meaning varies among different variants of the English language. ...
  12. The docks and sorrels, genus Rumex L., are a genus of about 200 species of annual, biennial and perennial herbs in the buckwheat family Polygonaceae.
  13. Any of the genus Rumex of coarse weedy plants with small green flowers related to buckwheat, especially the common dock, and used as potherbs and in folk medicine, especially in curing nettle rash; A burdock plant, or the leaves of that plant; To cut off a section of an animal's tail; To reduce ...
  14. (docking) The process of cutting off or trimming the tail or ears of an animal; The securing of a vessel to the quayside with cables; The process of connecting one spacecraft to another; The sex act of pressing one's penis into the foreskin of another
  15. (Docked) Shortened by surgery or other method, usually two or three days after birth; see docking
  16. (docked) describes windows that are attached to each other or to one of the edges of the Visual Studio window
  17. (Docking) The technique of connecting two or more spacecraft in space.
  18. (DOCKING) The act of poking numerous holes into a pizza skin immediately prior to topping which helps prevent large air bubbles from forming in the crust during baking. Usually performed using a specialized tool called a dough docker. ...
  19. (Docking (Slashing)) Slitting a loaf with 1/4" - 1/2" cuts, for the purpose of guiding the bloom of the loaf so that it swells where the baker wants it to and for decorative purposes.
  20. (Docking) A procedure where computer modeling is used to simulate interactions between molecules and the prospective efficacy of drug candidates.
  21. (Docking) Deducting penalties from an employee's wages for tardiness, absence, spoilage, etc..
  22. (Docking) The artificial shortening of the dog's tail via surgery, usually done when puppies are very young.
  23. (Docking) methods of predicting the native pose of the ligand in the protein binding site.
  24. (Docking) poking holes in a crust before blind-baking it
  25. (docking) Dragging a toolbar, task pane, or similar item so it connects to one edge of the program window.