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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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The treated cavities started with a very low level of o-rings stuck, with an eventual trend of increasing numbers after 11-12 cycles, but still lower than the untreated cavities.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the Duck(R) brand duct tape Stuck at Prom(R) Scholarship Contest gives couples the opportunity to win a $5,000 scholarship by attending prom dressed in duct tape duds.
We do this in our minds too--we watch the same "movies" over and over, often stuck as if we were three inches from the screen.
I got stuck in soft dirt and was surrounded by trees,'' said the dehydrated man, whose legs were covered with scrapes from his night hikes in search of help.
Do homeowners really want a coupon stuck to their door?
They were stuck in New York, and I couldn't think of anything else,'' recalls the 33-year-old choreographer.
And most importantly, said hazardous material scientist Larry Stuck, ``there was definite potential somebody could have gotten hurt.
Actually, I've been stuck on most of the Los Angeles freeways at one time or another.
Alexander Betaivaz's body was found about one-third of a mile from his Toyota Corolla, which was discovered stuck in sand along a narrow path through the sagebrush several miles past the western end of Rosamond Boulevard.