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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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The retired sweet salesman, from Salwarpe, Worcestershire, said: 'We can make a real night of it, have a big meal and a few beers without getting stuck in traffic or risking the breathalyser.
He was putting himself about, he was getting stuck in, and he was scoring a few goals as well.
Summary: A three-year-old girl from east China's Shandong Province has had to be rescued by fire fighters after getting stuck in a washing machine.
Mark Wakefield, branch manager for Coventry, said: "We had a great day getting stuck in at the farm and developing our gardening skills.
I find things like Colgate floss and Crest Glide are easy to use, without getting stuck, which is the thing most clients complain about.
A GIRL was rescued after getting stuck in a lavatory - and was taken to hospital with her foot still trapped in it.
YOUNG bookworms at libraries across Sandwell are helping the environment while getting stuck into reading during the summer holidays.
Employees) are worried about getting stuck next to the one person they don't know,'' said caterer Marley Majcher.
A teenager was freed by fire crews after getting stuck in a lift.
A COUPLE of things to consider before getting stuck into today's racing on the exchanges.
If we stay on the present course and coast on the same old swill, we'll be as guilty as Martin Duberman's generation of getting stuck in the mud.
While folding, the molecule runs the risk of getting stuck, so to speak, in a relatively stable (but not the most stable) shape.

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