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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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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.
Evans did catch in the first game, but it was in the second game that Williams was picked off twice.
Let's take a look at a few simple tactics that will help you avoid getting picked off before the moment of truth arrives
Instead it settles for a succession of cheap shocks and gory special effects as the students are picked off one by one.
Buffalo's Gabe Northern returned a Marino fumble 59 yards for a touchdown and John Holecek picked off a Marino pass and ran 35 yards to set up the last of Steve Christie's three field goals.
Should get a normal lead off first, focusing on not getting picked off while reading the bunt and getting a good secondary lead.
apple) is at the end of a long limb, the utility is very eager to get you picked off, because it can prune the limb and eliminate equipment.
Allstate SIU helped the police identify stolen vehicles that were being crushed in the salvage yard after being picked off New York City streets.
Two plays later, Taylor got the ball back when he picked off B.