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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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Dad set the pickax next to the door and spun around, wrapped his arm loosely around my neck and ruffled my exploding hair.
It's hard work, but it's something I can turn around and use on the ice,'' Gale said, using his arms to illustrate the similarities between swinging a pickax and a hockey stick.
This is one of those, "My cat ate the homework" things where your kid returns home from what was supposed to be an all day excursion to Northboro saying, "I decided to come home because I hit a pickax.
Armed with a pickax, rakes and shovels, he and other volunteers were donating their time to build the patio at the nonprofit agency so that children in wheelchairs could wait on a smooth, even surface until it's their turn to ride the horses.
The Pick-specific revenue from the month of December, the one month following the close of the acquisition of PickAX (the parent Company of Pick Systems) was $1,766,000.
1 -- color) A worker shoulders a pickax at the construction site for Rio Norte Junior High.
On December 1, 2000, a wholly owned subsidiary of Omnis Technology Corporation merged with PickAx, Inc.
Raining Data Corporation, formerly known as Omnis Technology Corporation (Nasdaq:OMNS), today announced the completion of its merger with PickAx, Inc.
Sparks' appointment to the board of directors closely follows the announcement on August 24 of Omnis' signing of a definitive merger agreement with PickAx, Inc.
There were no fresh bloodstains on the walls of a basement room at a police station in Pristina, but the items piled there spoke of horror: an array of torture instruments including bats, chains, a pickax and a black hood.
Omnis Technology Corporation (NASDAQ SmallCap: OMNS) and PickAx, Inc.