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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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Control column (CSB1) showed less deformability as compared to other columns.
The control columns were kept at a constant water content of 0.
In the case of installing the control column actuated brake, the contractor doing the actual installation hired local personnel, which created jobs in that location.
The captain encouraged the flight attendants to put their hands on the control column as he banked the aircraft after switching to manual control and the two flight attendants each sat in the copilot's seat for several minutes.
Critical operator data is displayed on the Vehicle Navigation Assistant integrated into the control column.
Two columns were packed with inoculated bark and the third was a control column packed with uninoculated bark.
When the pilot pulls the plane's control column to ascend, for instance, the front of the simulator tilts up.
On Wednesday, slogging through the murky water and mud of the Everglades, searchers found the log book of one of the pilots, part of the windshield and part of the control column, Francis said.
Thorfinn Stout, 21, uploaded a video on Facebook of himself in the front seat of a light aircraft with one hand on the control column and the other holding what appears to be a pint of lager.
He suggested painting that portion of the pilot's control column extending from the panel to the yoke with three colors: green, from the yoke to a line which corresponds to neutral elevator; yellow, from that point further forward on the column to what experience reveals is the normal position at Vx speed; and red forward of that point.
The airliner dropped about 400 feet before the captain pulled back on the control column.