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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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She said the litter picker groups were helping to plant the bulbs to give displays of daffodils in the spring.
The Case IH picker (MSRLP $630,000) produces a rectangular module of approximately 2.
We should also think that five-to-ten-year down the line when your children grow up then they should not become rag pickers.
HARVEST THANKSGIVING: Grateful pickers say the machines have revolutionised the way they work PERTH SHIRE PICTURE AGENCY' LYING DOWN ON THE JOB: Pickers lie a few inches above the ground' STRAWBERRY DREAM: David Leslie at his soft fruit farm
Range of products from simple sprue pickers to technologically demanding robotics and automation solutions.
If you're hoping to break the cherry picker from his or her task, you'd better be particularly adept at store layout and cross-selling; cherry pickers come into a store highly focused.
Professional pickers have their favorite spots, and many cluster in areas where blooms are especially prolific.
He borrowed a friend's tub picker and couldn't believe his eyes--all those birds rolling around and their feathers disappearing as if by magic
On March 8, strawberry pickers Anna Abiles, left, and Rocio Rojas clink strawberries in celebration of a historic contract between the United Farm Workers and the nation's largest strawberry employer, Coastal Berry Co.
Low unemployment across the country has led to a shortage of seasonal fruit pickers and the farmers' union is appealing for help.
A new study of Ohio crop pickers and handlers finds that Bt can provoke immunological changes indicative of a developing allergy.