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    The Sock Gremlin

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    “… Where are my socks? I had exactly twenty-seven pairs of socks. I’m missing not one but three socks. I distinctly remember placing twenty-seven pairs of socks into the laundry machine, and I took them out and folded them and put them in the basket and now there are only fifty-one socks…” Jane Goodman was a middle-aged woman with a plump figure and a vaguely unappealing face, usually possessed of a worried scowl. She was a mother of two. She was also quite probably afflicted with OCD, though

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    first Burn. Larry Harvey built a large wooden man and took him to Baker's Beach to burn him. People began gathering around. While he burned, a woman went over and held the Man's hand. I read a story about a group that brought materials for building sock puppets.

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    Essay On Socks

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    [1] Socks have been worn by both men and women for centuries to stylishly protect the feet and keep them warm. Today, socks serve much the same purpose, along with a few additional purposes, and they come in many different styles and sizes depending on the wearer’s needs. [8] Though socks have been worn since ancient times, they became a representation of personal style during the fifteenth century and went on to symbolize social status and wealth for centuries following. Socks have always served

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    Compression Socks Essay

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    compression socks that put pressure on the legs. Anyone can buy compression socks as no prescription is necessary. However, you should check with a doctor first to see about any potential problems. The next step is to decide which type you may want to use. You have the option of knee high socks or thigh high socks. The most common type that is used is a knee high sock. Another important detail to know is compression socks pressure options. The most important thing to know about compression socks pressure

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    Benefits Of Wearing Socks

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    Oh, Put a Sock On It! Why wear socks? After all, socks are not exactly the most visible clothing item. Thick socks, thin socks, cotton socks, wool socks, long socks, short socks, fun socks, medical socks, you name it, and there is a sock for it. They also make great gifts, especially for Christmas and birthdays. There are many benefits associated with wearing socks, and it largely depends on the type of material the sock is made of. Whether it be cotton, nylon, silk, or wool, choosing the right

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    Describe Women's Socks

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    Women's socks are available in an assortment of styles, colors, fabrics and sizes. A woman may choose a particular sock based on either fashion or function. She may pick one style over the next depending on the type of shoes and outfit she has chosen. Other factors play into the decision also; such as how much walking or other activity will be done, what the climate is like and where the person will be going. A popular type of women's socks are the dress sock. It is available in many colors with

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    Benefits of Compression Socks Compression socks are a product that provides therapeutic compression to promote circulation in the legs and treat various disease conditions. Compression socks or stockings can be found on the legs of a wide swath of the population, from pilots, flight attendants, runners, and nurses to pregnant women, people recovering from surgery, and people otherwise at risk for blood clots in their legs. Compression stockings come in a variety of sizes, lengths and colors. They're

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    Socks Narrative Essay

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    Once upon a time, I had a cat named Socks. We named her Socks because she was all black with white feet. Typical name I know. My family and I got Socks in 2008 from my uncle's trailer that he was living in at the time. There was tons of kittens, but we liked Socks the best. Once we brought Socks home, she was a little nervous. As the days went on she started to love us as much as we loved her. Throughout her young years Socks loved to play, and run really fast. She loved to chase stings and even

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    Narrative Essay On Socks

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    leotard, black tights, and socks. I always have trouble remembering to bring socks. Socks get too dirty to wear more than one time, especially if you are dancing on floors as filthy as the bathroom sink. I love wearing socks without designs on them to dance in, but the problem is all of the socks that I own that fit this criteria like to play hide-and-go-seek. My socks disappear like they were a figment of my imagination. The morning that I knew all three of my dance socks that I had found the day

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    Market Analysis for Socks

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    a medium size company which primarily manufactured unbranded socks sold as private label merchandise. The market of socks in the U.S. was characterized by severe price competition and limitation of product differentiation. There were only two companies which manufactured branded socks, and companies except those two companies had 20% gross margins or below. To get higher gross margin, CU had to venture into new business – branded socks. They began to investigate the marketing program for the new

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