My research is focused on identifying the social, cultural, and infrastructural elements that accelerate or decelerate information technology and business knowledge transfer to developing economies — both domestically in the US, and internationally, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Much of this research targets the interactions of human technology interaction, user experience, and the potential impact of minorities and women in information technology. I have adopted an eclectic mix of social science and technical research approaches in all three streams of this research.
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Wearing proper hosiery is decidedly a thing of the past. Though this may seem like a trivial style observation, it can also be seen as a shift in societal norms. Not long ago, nearly every woman in America owned at least one pair and wore them on a regular basis.
I am particular about pantyhose. Each day she wore fuchsia lipstick and fuchsia nail polish, a skirt and matching blouse, and pantyhose underneath. I traveled some with my grandmother, and every morning we would wake and order room service.
Stockings also known as hoseespecially in a historical context are close-fitting, variously elastic garments covering the leg from the foot up to the knee or possibly part or all of the thigh. Stockings vary in color, design, and transparency. Today, stockings are primarily worn for fashion and aestheticsusually in association with mid-length or short skirts.
June in Parent Cafe. I just went out and bought this dress. I actually think it looks better on and more stylish in person than in the picture.
We invented the world's only unbreakable sheer pantyhouse and you love them so much you bought us out. We're spending the summer catching up on orders and growing our production facility. We'll begin taking new orders again on September 1st,
When it came to choosing materials for their designs, many prize-winners rummaged through their own wardrobe. The three women architectural students from the University of Belgrade impressed their professor Jelena Milosevic during an academic architectural competition featuring half a dozen groups of three or four students each — their reward was to take part in the Techtextil Sponsorship Prize. The jury showed itself not merely impressed by the successful concept, but also praised the consistency of the design idea and the generation of its mathematical geometry.