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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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Roebuck further said that far from picking holes in the contest, Kandy provided an opportunity to celebrate the game.
Drinkers at the 137-year-old boozer are set to meet to discuss last-ditch tactics to keep the pub gay - including picking holes in Mitchellsand Butlers' planning application to change the drinking den.
Something doesn't seem right, but one feels like a fish swimming against the tide picking holes in a band that were described as the "new sound of a generation" even before their first single was released only days ago.
"You can start picking holes in his form and crabbing the times now, but beforehand no one noticed any of that.
"The continent is going up in the flames of a refugee crisis while 28 Euro leaders are locked in a room picking holes in Cameron's totally trivial agenda and all because of a daft referendum promise he thought he'd never have to deliver."