Some articles on sock:
... Socker Boppers (formerly Sock'em Boppers) were a children's toy popularized in the late 1990s, though they had existed for decades prior to that ... any data on the relative entertainment levels of Sock'em Boppers and of pillowfights, and the claim made in the advertising material has never been considered ... Despite the connection between Sock'em Boppers and the sport of boxing, no boxers of any prominence were attached to the product for any promotions ...
... The aircraft was named Sock It To 'Em after the popular 1960s comedy television program, Rowan Martin's Laugh-In ... Three weeks after Marrett and Tobak returned home, Sock It To 'Em was shot down by ground fire killing the pilot, Major James East, Jr ... Marrett's 1945 Stinson L-5 Sentinel that is also named Sock It To 'Em ...
... Sock and Buskin is the faculty-student board that selects and produces theatrical productions at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island ... Originally founded as an all-male organization, Sock and Buskin became a co-educational group in 1927 when it merged with an all-female theatre troupe from nearby ... Sock and Buskin performances are currently held in the Catherine Bryan Dill Center for the Performing Arts ...
... In the first season, Sock is an ornithologist living in a trailer park with his Aunt Gus (Margaret Irving) ... Maxey), who does not entirely approve of the relationship but gradually warms to Sock ... Later, Sock takes courses (though he is not in law school) to pass the California bar exam to become an attorney, so that he can afford to marry Mandy ...
... These are the formats and track listings of major single-releases of "Sock It 2 Me." US 12" single Side A "Sock It 2 Me" (Radio Version) (featuring Da Brat) "Sock It 2 Me" (LP Version - Dirty ...
More definitions of "sock":
- (noun): A truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast; used (e.g., at airports) to show the direction of the wind.
Synonyms: windsock, air sock, wind sleeve, wind cone, drogue
- (noun): Hosiery consisting of a cloth covering for the foot; worn inside the shoe; reaches to between the ankle and the knee.
Famous quotes containing the word sock:
“Andrews: Do you mind if I ask a question frankly? Do you love my daughter?
Peter: Any guy thatd fall in love with your daughter ought to have his head examined.
Andrews: Now thats an evasion.
Peter: She grabbed herself a perfect running mate. King Westley! The pill of the century. What she needs is a guy thatd take a sock at her once a day, whether its coming to her or not.”
—Robert Riskin (18971955)
“Men greet each other with a sock on the arm, women with a hug, and the hug wears better in the long run.”
—Edward Hoagland (b. 1932)
“What did you hit her for?
Ill let you in on something, shes a lush, the lady. After she bends the elbow a few times, she begins to see things. Rats, roaches, snakes, bats, you know. A sock in the kissers the only thing thatll bring her out of it.”
—Richard Brooks (19121992)