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Pick

Slang; a stock or other security that an analyst recommends his or her clients buy. For example, an analyst who is bullish on tech stocks may choose Google and Facebook as his picks.
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Picken, a 56-year-old who lives at Manor Road, Mancetter, and 39-year-old Keavey of Princess Road,Atherstone, had both denied Mr Kelly's murder, but were convicted following a trial atWarwick Crown Court.
The inquest into Mr Picken's death, held at Smethwick Council House, was also told that 33-year-old Andrew Clift, of Halesowen, was pulling out of Credenda Road, onto Bromford Road, in his BMW at the time.
Pickens: I think you're going to go towards more natural gas for transportation fuel.
According to ABC affiliate (http://www.wfaa.com/) WFAA , police in Fort Worth, Texas, responded to a call of a deceased person a few miles from the campus of Texas Christian University, where Pickens IV was a junior, at mid-morning Tuesday.
Bernards Health & Wellness Institute, Pickens will be responsible for supervising a large staff of fitness professionals and the overall operation of the 55,000-SF facility, which houses a fitness center, rehabilitation services and clinical departments.
Pickens was director of track and field operations at Oklahoma from 2005-08 and recently completed his third season as assistant coach in charge of the OU women's distance program.
Casting a long shadow in 2008, Pickens kept busy as a political power broker, philanthropist, author and hedge-fund manager.
More than 1,400,000 people have joined the Pickens Army through the Pickens Plan website, www.pickensplan.com.
Pickens said he's heard estimates around $70 billion, an amount he said he considers small in relation to the billions of dollars the US pays annually for imported oil.
Every television network accepted the ad, Pickens said, except NBC.
Pickens made an initial fortune through his Mesa Petroleum, which expanded through aggressive buyouts of other energy companies--including those much larger than Mesa.