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Pick

Slang; a stock or other security that an analyst recommends his or her clients buy. For example, an analyst who is bullish on tech stocks may choose Google and Facebook as his picks.
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When we picked apart a serving of the stuff, we unearthed all of a half-tablespoon of chicken and 3 1/2 tablespoons of rice.
In 1975, he methodically picked apart Jimmy Connors, shot-by-shot, to win Wimbledon--one of the most startling upsets in the sport's history.
The recommendations have been picked apart by Congress.
Greil Marcus' Lipstick Traces took an ambitious, if occasionally preposterous, stab at linking punk to every disruptive impulse since the sacking of Carthage; Simon Frith and Howard Horne's Art Into Pop picked apart the naive myth that punk was an "eruption from the gutters of inner-city recession" and showed instead that it was instigated mainly by middle-class art school students.
And other potential free-trade partners, such as Chile, won't dare negotiate the bottom line of any trade pact if they believe that it can be picked apart by Congress.
Using standard chemical methods, Gilliam picked apart pollen on its path from plant to hive.
Former Davis Award winners, Charles Holloway and James Van Horne agreed that Parker was talented in these areas, but they picked apart his skills as a student and cowboy.
Boro should have stretched their lead in the second half but sub Faris Haroun mishit with Forest picked apart.
MNA, Yousuf Talpur, who was also on the plane, picked apart PIA for risking passengers' lives by using planes which should have been retired by now.
by Hkjjkjk Hjhjhj by by by by b Hk Hk Hk Hkjj jj jj jjkj kj kj kjk Hjhjhj hjhj hjhj Ireland South Africa 12 16 IRELAND'S hopes of humbling South Africa were picked apart in a one-sided second half of last night's Guinness Series opener at Aviva Stadium.