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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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Kumar said these robotic picking strategies have varying degrees of operating vs.
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.
Colorful or cartoon-character bandages might dissuade your daughter from picking. If any of the sores are draining, painful, or spreading, then you should get them looked at by your child's doctor.
Pelletier said apple picking will run well into October.
Our region has many U-pick farms with fruit ripe for the picking! If you are in Madison County (or just want to take a ride out to some of the most beautiful country around) you owe it to yourself to visit Zimmerman Berry Farm.
All those factors were cited by a Lebanon family picking Bing cherries recently.
"The bigger the gap of the screen, then the less you have going over to the manual picking area, so the faster you can process and the more accurately you can pick.
PTL technology is frequently used to direct picking from horizontal carousels, and lights can be installed on carts to aid batch picking.
The new CPX610 cotton picker is designed to harvest more cotton per day and leave less in the field by picking from both sides of the row.
As implemented by most law enforcement agencies, truancy interdiction involves two separate functions - picking up truants and returning them to school through the involvement of their parents or guardians.