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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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20 Wetherby Disappointing third of five finishers when 11-8 favourite over course and distance on his latest start but it might be worth forgiving Tim Easterby's gelding that effort as he jumped stickily in the home straight and wasn't done any favours by the winner coming across him approaching the final fence.
Elemis oils don't sit stickily on the skin like some can.
The gel goes on smoothly, if stickily, but results were disappointing.
He jumped stickily but maybe he has his own ideas of jumping.
Gallant Grand National runner-up Suny Bay won this prestigious race last year, with See More Business 18 lengths adrift in third after jumping stickily, and must enter calculations with his new stable going great guns.
He was sent off 5-1 joint-favourite for the Munster National on his return to chasing last month after an outing on the Flat at Gowran Park, but found the soft to heavy conditions too testing and was pulled up after jumping stickily.
It would be worth reintroducing that stickily synthetic leather-look car seating, just to show the topless lorry driver the error of his ways.
He jumped a bit stickily up the straight, he was a bit messy at the first in the straight and the one in front of the stands.
But he jumped stickily and found Menorah and Get Me Out Of Here too good, finishing third, beaten two lengths.