“Carl Jung; waiting for him on the docks is a young physician named Stratham”
“Feeding the seals at the docks is a main city attraction.”
“They dug trenches, toiled in docks and railway yards or worked in arms factories for the allies.”
“Her playground was from the Morterm docks to Lecours Texaco to Dainty Foods and back to the river.”
“Thus far, we've cleared trails, put in docks, (water temp, a balmy 56 degrees), played D&D and some other random things.”
“The main docks downtown are, perhaps, not as well used as in days of yore and the time of the original Customs House - a fine old building of beautifully refurbished English red brick, it is now used as display space for exhibitions.”
“Had these survived the journey from their motherland, they would have served in French docks, handling the materiel that was needed by the allied forces confronting the German armies.”
“A Port philosophy of operation that accepted no responsibility for the use of the lands and docks is replaced by one of responsibility to the area.”
“Beyond St. Paul's and down to the London docks is the area which has been most severely hit.”
“There is no formal delimitation of areas or spaces, in docks, or town, or railways.”
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