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socks and knocks
 n.pl.— «Dr. Pitts lecturing some students on the videotape and it is rock, socks and knocks, is that right, and it is still out there and it is still relevant, but that my very first day on the job, I watched this film.» —by John D. Dunlap Meeting Before the California Air Resources Board Dec. 11, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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