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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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The director noted socks are mainly exported to Russia and Kazakhstan.
The price for socks ranges from 20 to 120 soms depending on the fabric.
Cotton and cotton blends are usually used for striped and patterned socks for casual sneakers and casual or dressier leather shoes.
For a week, the sock dangled from Sara's hand, a droopy, browning ghost.
The sock also has a cotton sole for sweat absorption, while every other part of the sock is made of a durable nylon to be thin & flexible.
The socks also have a high breathability rating so you will not suffer with sweaty feet whatever activity you are doing.
They moved to town in late fall and Shaklee opened her second sock store two weeks after driving across the country.
"Diabetics often spend larger amounts of money to acquire diabetic shoes because of this; yet, they may neglect the closest thing to their feet, medically correct, diabetic socks," says Roger Roundy, director of wellness products at +MD USA LLC, which offers what it says are "the finest medically correct, yet affordable, diabetic and compression socks on the market.
For Falsetto Sock creator Kev Sutherland, however, it's a criticallyacclaimed Fringe sell-out.
Capricorn Mohair Socks, based in Rothbury, exported 2,500 pairs of its mohair socks to Japan last year, and this month fulfilled an order for a further 6,000 pairs, worth just over PS30,000.
ORIGINAL SOCK DOGS--$56 for pre-crafted dogs; $85 for custom sock dogs