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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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Struggling to keep the boy above water, Officer Sesoko's feet kept getting stuck in the muck at the bottom.
After sliding off the road several times, getting stuck in a ditch, and scraping the ice off my windshield a hundred times so I could see 10 feet in front of me--the defroster was on the blink--I finally made it to her place in Capitol Hill, whereupon she greeted me with a hit of microdot acid.
They are also looking at initiatives to reduce the overall weight of the vehicle with the add-on slat armor to prevent it from getting stuck in the soft terrain in Iraq.
offered Wednesday to repair free of charge 52,000 Yamaha Gear BA50 and Gear BA50 minibikes in Japan due to the possibility of the accelerator getting stuck.
With an average diameter of only 20 nanometers, the particles can travel swiftly through water in the soil without getting stuck.
Too many of them think it's acceptable to operate on cruise control instead of getting stuck in where it matters and proving to the fans that they really do care!
GETTING stuck on the Tube is not pleasant at any time, but imagine how awful it would be at Christmas, in a packed carriage -and with the Harpers for company.
"I remember driving across 92nd Street and getting stuck behind a garbage truck," says Francis Patrelle as he recalled the impetus for creating his Yorkville Nutcracker.
"Because they are so hard to clean, tartar and plaque build-up, combined with food getting stuck underneath the gum can cause cavities, infection and inflammation." Dr.
But you needn't worry about strawberries getting stuck in the tube.
Allow them to tell you if they hear you getting stuck in blaming your ex-employer, your outplacement counselor, or the human resources people that aren't beating down your door to hire you.
When pensioner Mr Bill Walton and his friends want to go out for a curry they have no fears about getting stuck in traffic - they just sail down the canal on his barge.

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