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That “seat of the pants” feeling is what reminds you that gravity is pulling you straight down, for example.
You’ve been working from your apartment for 342 days, and you haven’t worn real pants in months.
For instance, we can say with mathematical certainty that a straw, a T-shirt and a pair of pants are all topologically different objects because their homology groups are different.
TOPOLOGY 101: THE HOLE TRUTHDAVID S. RICHESONJANUARY 26, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
John Quincy Adams was the first president to ditch knee breeches for long pants on his big day, in 1825.
Here are the three pairs of fleece-lined pants that are getting me through this winter.
Bottom options include thermals and running tights, or fleece or soft-shell pants.
I have the Organic Thermal Boxy Crop top and the Wide Leg pant, which are both made out of a medium-weight 100 percent organic cotton.
Tuck your shirt into your pants and fill the front, back and both sleeves with insulation.
Tuck your pants into your socks, undo your pants, fill both legs of your pants with insulation on all sides, and then try to get your pants secured again.
She knows in her logical mind that mama brings pants and nearly everything else.

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