Only 39% were bought with any sort of athletic activity in mind.don wear these to run, but I do end up wearing them all the time, said Sarah Fisher, who sported a pair of classic Roots sweatpants in a faded red wine shade while shopping at a north Toronto PharmaPlus outlet one night last week.put them on, or another pair, when I get home from work. Ms. Fisher has also worn black leggings paired with a tunic and sandals for barbecues and to restaurants, she said, and in the winter wears fleece lined leggings with boots.She estimates the number of active bottoms and jeans in her closet are about equal.

That philosophy has helped put the agency’s clients at the heart of cultural conversation. “Field Trip to Mars” for Lockheed Martin, for example, earned more than 6 million views and helped reestablish the brand as a player in space exploration. It’s why the MasterCard “Priceless” campaign still charms after nearly 20 years at McCann’s XBC unit under Chief Creative Officer Joyce King Thomas.

The person went back to the group and proposed that companies could use them, too.The Second City got into the market in 2002. In the decades since its founding, it had built a nice little business doing entertainment for corporate parties. Then the Sept.

But from a public relations aspect, Ms. Spilbor said, “He’s damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t. He can’t win for losing on this. Freedom of the high seas became a basic principle of international law, yet like most basic legal principles, it is not absolute, and a coastal state could still treat a maritime belt adjacent to its coastline, known as territorial waters, or territorial sea, as an (almost) indivisible part of its domain.International law has since moved to recognize even larger zones in which a coastal state may enjoy certain rights to the exclusion of other nations. At the same time, there has also been a move toward proclaiming a heritage of mankind regime over the seabed of the high seas.The development of legal rules concerning the seas reflects several important functions that the seas have performed: first, as a medium of communication; second, as a reservoir of resources; and third, as in the case of territorial waters, as essential to the state security and strategic considerations.This governance of the sea can be a useful model for thinking about the international governance of data: some aspects are governed as commons, others as a shared resource, while others are governed as semi commons, or subject to exclusive jurisdictional control.One set of rules might be comparable to the right of innocent passage. The Law of the Sea recognizes that within the territorial waters, complete commons governance may be neither possible nor desirable, yet as far as innocent passage is concerned, the law stops short of exclusive control.