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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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Swarming robots move the orders to the location an item is needed from, while the picker picks items to the robot via a display.
Punhal Sario social and peasants' rights activists said that rights of cotton pickers are not protected, he said that the remaining phase of the land distribution among the land less must be started.
"If you just put pickers in a zone, there is going to be idle time when there are no picks for their area," says Kumar.
Many ordinary South Africans do not see the pickers at all; others see them as an irritation.
Experts say that prevalence of Hepatitis B in rag pickers is up to 20 percent.
In his book, as in person, Picker exudes a modesty rare in his profession.
According to Larnaca police spokesman Christos Andreou, the cherry picker was on a downward slope when the 44-year-old driver, also from Romania tried to move it, resulting in the large vehicle flipping to one side, critically injuring the two workers standing in the manlift at the time.
Speaking to this paper at the Stree Mukti Sanghatana (SMS) centre, that has been helping women get liberation from social, economic and every kind of oppression, she said, "Thanks to this organisation, waste pickers have now realised that they play a significant role in reducing pollution in Mumbai and at the same time contribute to creating value."
The optimum cotton harvest system requires a support crew of four to six for a six-row picker, module builder, and boll buggy to produce 1076 kg per ha (2 bale per acre) yields.
Management systems come in several levels of ability but primarily they allow the farmer to manage all kinds of data including climate control, crop production, picker and grader information as well as employee payroll calculation.
In an attempt to determine the proportion of scavengers who worked with their spouses in picking waste, it was found that no waste picker reported working with the spouse.
A WORKER got stuck 50ft in the air yesterday after his cherry picker broke down.