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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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Pick and pack, sometimes also referred to as cluster picking, is the ability to pick order items directly into a despatch container (eg cardboard box) which can then be labelled, sealed and despatched after picking to eliminate a separate packing stage.
Annie and Isaiah Perkinson offer strawberries and blueberries for your picking pleasure.
When the software is picking great stocks, even in down markets it makes our annual buy one - give one free promotion an even better deal," McKinley said.
The fastest and most stylish at picking up the kicking tee will earn the chance to do it during a kickoff at the 2007 Tostitos BCS National Championship Game.
Companies can now choose the right paperless picking technology for their facilities to best match their needs, whether its voice, lights, or RF," said George Feigley, manager IT logistics for Dematic.
When it came time for us to draft, there was a question about a spur-of-the-moment picking of (Chris Wilcos).
None of the fruit is like what's in the stores,'' said Davies as her picking pole snared a grapefruit, half the size of those in markets.
The software has been picking excellent stocks on the fundamental screen," said William McKinley, President of Investing Systems.
After the cherry picking, the group enjoyed a barbecue dinner provided by the Shriners, McDonald's restaurant at the Antelope Valley Mall and Von's Market in Rancho Vista at Leona Valley Community Church.