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Docking may refer to:
- Dock (maritime), the mooring or drydocking of ships / watercraft.
- Spacecraft Docking and Berthing Mechanisms, the process of joining one spacecraft or space station module to another.
- Dock (computing), a graphical user interface component that provides a user a way of launching and switching between applications.
- Docking station, a device used to interface a (typically mobile) computer/device with other (typically fixed) devices/peripherals.
- Dock connector, the mechanism used to connect a computing device with a docking station
- Docking@Home, a distributed computing project
- Docking (animal), the practice of trimming the tail of an animal.
- Docking (molecular)
- Docking, Norfolk, a Norfolk village
- Docking, the piercing of dough as it is manipulated, sometimes with a tool such as a Roller docker.
- Docking (sex), a sex act
- Docking (surname)
- Cropping (animal) for similar trimming treatment of ears
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