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Special Online Video: Tummy Tuck Jeans in a New Economic Landscape
In a special online-only video, Paul Solman examines how the company "Not Your Daughter's Jeans" is faring as currency values, trade alliances and consumer spending shift in the global economic crisis.
You can find the answers to all the "rag gags" in this segment by clicking the "continue reading" link below.
1) Tightening their belts
2) Bottomed out
8) Leg up
9) Cutting corners
12) Rip to shreds
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