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sock

1. a light shoe worn by actors in ancient Greek and Roman comedy, sometimes taken to allude to comic drama in general
2. another name for windsock

wind cone

wind cone
Wind cone.
A free-rotating fabric-truncated cone that when subjected to air movement indicates wind direction and wind force. On approach charts, the wind cone is shown as. Also called a cone, sock, or wind sock.
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Currently The Sock Society is on Indigogo to raise funding and accept pre-registrations for memberships.
A family of four loses an average of 60 every year, and 82 per cent of young men say they wear odd socks at least once a week as a result.
Available in pink, blue and white, Sock Ons are available at Mothercare, Jo Jo Maman Bb and Littledodo.
These technologies allow for greater durability in lighter and drier fabrics which help to make the sock more comfortable, according to the company.
Photo: (1 -- 2) Last year, local Assistance League helped provide shoes and socks to 136 schoolchildren who needed them.
Instead you throw on a sweater, fluffy socks, and other warm clothes.
Do you honestly believe your wife's story that she doesn't know where that size-12 sock came from?
This gives random sock'ers the ability to share their love for new socks and be featured on the Random Socks homepage.
ATHOL - The knitters at the Gathering Place, a craft studio and gift shop, have reached their goal of knitting 40 pairs of "power socks," in the process fulfilling the final wish of a fellow knitter and friend, Pam Osborne, who died from cancer in September.
Another suggestion that has been confirmed as useful by my patients is to turn your socks inside-out so the smooth seam and smoother outside surface is in contact with your toes.
Scent-Lok introduced the industry's first dual-action odor controlling hunting sock this summer, made exclusively for them by Harriss & Covington.