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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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"To see so many families, school children and audience members enjoying the adventures and really getting stuck into the festive pantomime spirit has been an absolute joy - and affirms our ambitions for Lawrence Batley Theatre to become the destination to see top quality family panto.
Jacob Sam (above), aged nine of Earlsdon with two of his puppets and (right) Amy COLOURFUL CREATIONS: Emily Harrison (right), aged three, of Stoke, Coventry, starts to make her doll and (below) Yasmin Bhayat, aged 12, of Cheylesmore, with her colourful doll STICKY SITUATION: Daniel Harrison (above), aged six, of Stoke, Coventry, gets stuck into making his model and (below right) Jasper Tetlow, aged seven, of Earlsdon, with part of his doll MATERIAL GIRLS: Annabelle Tetlow (above), aged four, of Green Lane, making her dolls and (right) Morgan Tiley (left), aged 10, and Millie Fairies, aged nine, of Holbrooks, getting stuck into the activity
Emma, 38, who bears a striking resemblance to fellow actress Miranda Richardson, says: "I'm so excited to be playing Anna and look forward to joining the fantastic cast and getting stuck into some meaty storylines.

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