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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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As far as celebrities go, actor Jim Parsons picked 15 of 16 region semifinal teams correctly in the "Dan Patrick Show" contest, incorrectly choosing Kansas State instead of Oregon.
The Sultans, now owned by Ali Tareen, also picked James Vince for Joe Denly, as the PSL teams announced their replacements for the upcoming fourth edition of the T20 league.
Picked cotton flowers should be kept on clean cotton cloth on a clean place in smaller heaps.
Picked cotton flower or Phutti should not be kept at wet or moist place.
Salman was picked by Qalandars during this years' Rising Stars talent hunt program.
The other star players picked by Pune are Ajinkya Rahane, R Ashwin, Steven Smith and Faf du Plessis, while Rajkot got Ravindra Jadeja, Brendon McCullum, James Faulkner and Dwayne Bravo.
This is spoiled when a single product is not correctly picked. Picking Perfection shares methods, modes, and tools used in a variety of industries.
The system will then instruct the product and quantity to be picked across multiple orders as the picker follows the designated pick route.
As operators go up and down aisles to pick assigned cases, they no longer have to refer back to an overhead monitor to register the item that was picked and placed on the conveyor.
Now we were getting somewhere I thought as he picked up his story again.
Order picking shelves with an attached gravity-roller-conveyor are installed for small volume commodities that are not large enough to be picked directly from the pallet.
On its Facebook page, the staff at Meadowbrook Orchards wrote that Macintosh and Cortlands are currently being picked, calling it a "beautiful crop."