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Sock, an item of clothing worn on the feet in pairs.
SOCKS, an Internet protocol that allows client-server applications to transparently use the services of a network firewall.
Socks (cat), the household pet of Bill Clinton, during his presidential terms in the White House.
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Unfortunately, for the sports medicine professional, the role of socks in preventing injury and in enhancing performance is misunderstood and often neglected in treatment protocols.
Socks that are extremely hydrophobic (i.e., polypropylene) are thought to repel water so effectively that wicking cannot occur.
When comparing single, extra-thick acrylic padded socks to double layer sock-systems, the double-layer system was superior owing to the shielding of the open terry loops from the skin surface and the movement interface created by the double-layer system.
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