Dating in the 1950s
This would simplify the whole logistical process and, eventually, implementing this idea led to a revolution in cargo transportation and international trade over the next 50 years.
Below is a short, but effortlessly stunning look into a decade of body love on stage. Cyr pulls on stockings during a rehearsal of her interpretive dance for the three-dimensional short film "Carmenesque" on January 23, 1953 in Los Angeles. Bosworth) Members of a civic group opposed to burlesque shows picket the Reade Paramount Theater on June 28, 1953 in Long Branch, N.His ideas were based on the theory that efficiency could be vastly improved through a system of "intermodalism", in which the same container, with the same cargo, can be transported with minimum interruption via different transport modes during its journey.Containers could be moved seamlessly between ships, trucks and trains.That means the containers would move seamlessly between ships, trucks and trains. Buyers and sellers of goods recognized the potential of container shipping very early on, and the international standards for container size agreed to in 1961 paved the way for containerships to be used to transport goods between countries. Performers both male and female combine the most explosive aspects of costumery, dance, comedy and theater in a type of live entertainment that, of course, places nudity on a pedestal.
However, the version we know today -- a marriage of vaudevillian humor and striptease -- became popular in the early 1900s, when (mostly women) performers took to clubs and Broadway venues with their own brand of music, dance and provocative nudity.