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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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Everybody needs to stick together in the last four games to put a smile on everybody's face.
We were poor at Notts County and again on Saturday but we've got to stick together," the 35-year-old said.
The lads have got to stick together and I'm sure they will get out of it but nevertheless it is sad t o see.
They are proof positive that if we stick together and make a stand we can make a difference.
We have really got to stick together now, because Rope Walk will have a major impact.
The new LMP (Leistritz Micro Pelletizer) uses an air stream to take away the micro-pellets as they are cut, so they don't fall and stick together.
Twist the ends of the stick together to form a stem.
cholerae to stick together in bacterial communities, or biofilms, in both fresh and salt water.
Then surface tension (clinging force on the surface of a liquid) builds tiny bridges that make grains stick together.
Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt made a pact to stick together, go to school and become doctors.
When platelets unnecessarily stick together - or aggregate, as it's called in medical laboratories - they turn into relentless stalkers, ganging up on a vulnerable artery or vein to constrict it from the inside.