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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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"The Clever Stick," is one of those short stories that you can pick apart to find the deep meaning or that you can simply enjoy at face value.
More research is planned to pick apart the complexities of teens' actions.
addresses directly such questions as "Did Leonardo Da Vinci use his art to reveal secrets about the Holy Grail?" "Were Jesus & Mary Magdalene lovers?" "Is Opus Dei a secret organization with assassins as members?" Vatican officials, historians, and theologians pick apart the flaws in the "Da Vinci Code phenomenon", in this sober rebuttal to popular culture's attacks on Vatican tradition.
I SHARE Duncan Ross' delight in seeing Mail readers pick apart the flimsy credentials of those declaring themselves a candidate for the non-existent post of city mayor (Mail, May 7).
The TPA, which expires on 30 June, is pivotal to getting a deal because without it Congress can pick apart any agreement cobbled together within the World Trade Organisation.