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Stick

A slang term for a point on a security market. For example, if a share price drops five points over the trading day, it may be said to decline five stick.
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Investigators say the strap may have moved around as the control column was "stirred" by the pilot in an attempt to clear the restriction.
Comparing the behavior of columns HS-50-20-T1(2), HS-50-20-T2(2) and HS-50-20-T3(1) to that of control column (CC1), all three columns showed significant control in axial deformation and enhancement in stiffness, especially, the behavior of HS-50-20-T3(1) was outperformed and is shown in Fig.
The control columns were kept at a constant water content of 0.
The ANG is a large part of why the control column actuated brake program met its goals for cost, schedule, and performance throughout my tenure with the program.
The captain encouraged the flight attendants to put their hands on the control column as he banked the aircraft after switching to manual control and the two flight attendants each sat in the copilot's seat for several minutes.
Euroflow's ultrasound technology is used to monitor and control column packing, which Pall commercialized for process chromatography.
After tightening the bracket and the stab-trim chain under the center control column, the rudder-handle movement was reduced to a minute amount.
The control column showed minimal changes in both the electrical conductivity and microbial populations.
The spacious elevatable cabin is equipped with dual controls and a centre swivelling seat and control column console, which enables the driver to comfortably face in either direction of travel.
Defense Agency officials said they found that the cannon kept making erroneous functions when they tilted the control column of the fighter in question without touching the trigger.
Two columns were packed with inoculated bark and the third was a control column packed with uninoculated bark.
When the pilot pulls the plane's control column to ascend, for instance, the front of the simulator tilts up.