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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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Also, this ruling eliminates an employer's chance to pick apart a case where no direct evidence of discrimination exists.
The BBC2 What Not To Wear duo are famed for their caustic comments as they pick apart the style of celebrities and members of the public, but Emma, who calls herself a "wardrobe mistress," says she would achieve nothing by being nasty.
Courts continue to pick apart the precise working of handbook policies providing for at-will employment.
They can now pick apart defenders with their star receiver, while using the right analog stick to help the quarterback find passing lanes and avoid the rush.
It's as though he was saying "You people are always looking to pick apart things that happen on the pitch, aren't you?
Form suggests the former Tottenham striker is the player most likely to pick apart United's patched-up defence.
Watching the Campbell Hall of North Hollywood sophomore pick apart one opponent after another with a strong service game, explosive forehand and precise two-hand backhand, it appears that Turner isn't affected by anything when he's on the court.