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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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It is important we stick together in the next few weeks.
She said: "I am adamant we should all stick together and fight for all the hospitals, not just one.
After Friday night's performance, the faltering team could do with some improvement - but Walters insisted the important thing is to stick together as one.
PAUL MURRAY says Hartlepool's squad must stick together in their quest to get back on a winning track.
I am proud of the lads because at one stage of the game they had a lot of the ball so we just had to stick together and get tight and start pressing," Johnson said.
FILM star Catherine Zeta-Jones yesterday advised Prince William and Kate Middleton to stick together "through thick and thin" after receiving her CBE from Prince Charles.
There are a few sour faces on some of those who have not been playing, but they all know how important it is that we stick together.
The study will focus on blood platelets, which in people with cardiovascular disease stick together, forming blood clots and blocking blood vessels.
But Kewell denied there was any such problem as he urged the squad to stick together.
All will work together to determine how brain proteins stick together abnormally to cause Alzheimer's disease.
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.