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Nylon stockings hit the market after the World's Fair in 1935 and people couldn't get enough of them. But during World War II, panty hose disappeared from stores. They became an essential material for the military, which cut down on consumer supply. Because nylon was so widely sought after, women created alternatives, which included painting their legs with gravy juice. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
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Lord Deighton admits there were "big problems" up to a month ago getting protective kit to NHS staff.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker are initiating an investigation into several meat plants after the companies pushed to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic-- citing a meat shortage that triggered raised prices-- despite a record-high number of pork shipments to China. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Holiday lets and hotels, which can reopen on 4 July, say they are expecting a surge of pent-up demand.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
That's because the supply chain that coins usually flow through has been interrupted during the pandemic. Banks and businesses have shuttered or changed the way they operate. And so there are fewer coins reaching the public. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
The global pandemic made it difficult for US farmers to get their workers into the country and on their farms for harvest season. Some have taken unique measures to get the work done. Sara Sidner reports. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Higher demand for the spread and yeast shortages have led to a halt in production of some packs.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News