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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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He jumped a little stickily on his debut at Ayr last month but soon warmed to his task and was impressive in the end in beating Vintage Premium by two lengths.
Having jumped stickily, he was in touch when stumbling after the third last flight and was soon struggling.
If you can survive the more stickily sentimental moments I defy you not to be reaching for the Kleenex by the finale set in the South American jungle.
He jumped a bit stickily early on but he soon warmed to his task and the experience will have done him good.
Decoupage, the 7-4 favourite, jumped stickily and was a further eight lengths away in third.
But there are some surprises: Dryden and Milton being archly naughty, George Crabbe taking propagatory liberties with cucumbers, Roger Woddis, most unexpectedly, looking the other way from the columns of the neo-thirties block of the Radio Times, and the full text (not, for once, smudgily typewritten on creased and greased and stickily fingered lavatory-paper-style stationery) of 'Eskimo Nell'.