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Socks

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Jordan Lawley

on 6 May 2013

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Transcript of Socks

Jordan Lawley
Mrs. McClellan
TAG 4th Period
Due Date: 6 May 2013 Who Would Have Thought? Who would have thought: Sock Edition Socks must be the same color as the pants and shoes. It should be a shade darker than the pants, and a shade lighter than the shoes. In eighth century Greece, people wore socks made from matted animal hair. And until the twentieth century, socks were made from wool, cotton, and silk. The most popular sock material today is nylon, which was invented in 1937. Sources http://10funfacts.blogspot.com/2010/08/socks.html
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