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“In the world of serious scholarship, The Oxford Companion to the English Language uses lines from Fox in Socks to illustrate the linguistic phenomenon “compounds in context.””
“(How would you stage, or recite, the Fox in Socks Hamlet?)”
“Good to watch, Socks is easily funnier and a better actor than Xander was (not to bust on Xander or anything, I loved him, too).”
“People here fondly call it Socks City, and its annual socks festival attracts 100,000 buyers from around the world.”
““She called her Socks because she was pure black except for these perfect white paws.””
“I'm glad you did not go into heavy detail with Fox in Socks.”
“Chantelle Bennett, 29, set her bull terrier called Socks on the men at Newport's Royal Gwent Hospital after she was escorted from the building.”
“The Socks are the comedy double act that has to be seen to be believed.”
“SCOTTISH FALSETTO SOCK PUPPET THEATRE The Socks are the comedy double act that has to be seen to be believed.”
“THEATRE The Socks are the comedy double act that has to be seen to be believed.”
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