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A docker, or stevedore, is a type of waterfront workman also called a longshoreman or dockworker.
Docker or dockers may also refer to:
- Docker, Cumbria, a civil parish in England
- Docker, Lancashire, England, a United Kingdom location
- Docker River or Kaltukatjara, a place in Northern Territory, Australia
People with the name
- Docker (surname), a surname (including a list of people with the name)
Brands and enterprises
- Docker (software), an open-source software project automating the deployment of applications inside software containers
- Docker, Inc., the company promoting Docker software
- Dockers (brand), a brand of men's clothing by Levi Strauss & Co.
- Cincinnati Dockers, an American-based Australian rules football team
- Drogheda Dockers, a football team in the Australian Rules Football League of Ireland
- Duisburg Dockers, baseball and American football teams in Duisburg, Germany
- Fremantle Dockers, an Australian Football League team
- Hamburg Dockers, a football team in the Australian Football League of Germany
- Millwall F.C., formerly nicknamed the Dockers
- Morton F.C. or the Dockers
- Dockers (film), a British television drama film
- Roller docker, a baking tool used to perforate dough
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