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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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Senior linebacker Ryan Shaputis also picked off a Pearre pass in the second quarter.
Kochi (Kerala) [India], Dec 3 ( ANI ): As rescue operations continue in full strength post the cyclonic storm 'Ockhi', Commodore G Prakash, the Commanding Officer of INS Venduruthy, said 25 people were rescued from Lakshadweep and 13 picked off the Kerala coast.
Weeden, who leads the NFL with 10 interceptions this season, led Cleveland on two scoring drives in the fourth quarter, and cornerback Sheldon Brown picked off Dalton and ran back 19 yards for a score and clinched the win.
"You can't get picked off twice when you're not stealing," Murphy said.
Cameroonian Essomba barged forward in crude fashion and was constantly picked off by the sharp work of the Northern Ireland fighter.
and picked off my sentries slowly with total affection I mean to tell
Wales absorbed a torrent of largely one-dimensional pressure and then picked off their visitors, with a try and two late penalties from James Hook.
While Brian Cowen was discussing international Picked off...Eamon O'Cuiv terrorism and national security, Mr O'Cuiv was making an attack of his own - up his nasal passage.
And when James Hook picked off John Smit's pass to run in for a try that helped Wales to build up a 16-3 lead things were looking even better.
There was no better luck for Irish super-heavyweight Cathal McMonagle, who led at the end of the first round but was eventually picked off for a 14-5 defeat by clever Croatian Thomas Markovic.
That is when he is a prime target to get picked off.
Huddersfield faced some hostile bowling but opener Will Fraine and Henry Philpott picked off anything loose, and after their dismissals, Jack Hendy and Charlie Metcalfe took Huddersfield home in just 14.2 overs.