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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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In these situations, he says, voice-directed picking can be a good option.
To optimize picking throughput, items can be zoned within carton flow rack (the fastest moving items stored in the most accessible picking locations)
Put-away: Guides workers in picking up containers that have been received and moving them to specific storage locations, or to picking slots that need replenishment.
Bright, who enjoys picking cherries every year with her own family, called the local Shriners group to make arrangements.
This is the first major installation of the PickDIRECTOR RF Cart System, and PFSweb - a significant user of Siemens in the past - is one of the earliest adopters of such a system," said Tim Post, picking technology specialist for Grand Rapids, Mich.
Vertex's inventory and warehousing product suite also covers a range of point solutions which provide instant productivity gains including "light-directed" systems for picking and packing, intuitive software and integration technology for handheld devices, auto ID and printing solutions (for standard, 2D and 3D bar coding), and a suite of mobile data collection solutions for SAP R/3 implementations.
Picking food right from the ground is superior to buying supermarket products, said Oxnard resident Marlene Campbell, a retired teacher who was picking pumpkins Thursday.
After picking the tomatoes, the families take them home to prepare them for bottling.
I want people to start picking up after themselves.
Evangelina, her grandfather, James Piraino, 70, her grandmother, Elda, 67, and great-aunt, Clementine, 57, all from Highland Park, were among the hundreds of people who turned out for the first day of an annual weekend fruit picking at the Orcutt Ranch Horticulture Center.
Carpenter is working on variations, including one with a clock and another on a key chain that would allow a guitarist to switch from using a pick to finger picking and back with just a flick of the wrist.
Reggie Brown and John Mobley look like late-first, early-second round picks and then the pickings get very slim.