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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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The documentary showed the new crime wave that has hit London both above and below ground and this was the story of the pickpockets and the police squads sent in to track them down.
Luckily, the victim in this case was an undercover Sunday Mirror reporter involved in a sting operation on Degge - who is renowned in the underworld as being the country's most professional pickpocket.
Heightened patrols are being carried out at robbery hotspots in Birmingham city centre while a campaign to target pickpockets has been launched in Coventry.
Pickpockets also revealed that they waited for the bag to slip into a vulnerable position to the rear of the victim.
Her list of options growing shorter, she was enticed by some neighbors to enter into a life of crime, to be a pickpocket.
Mr Coppinger was in a cafe in Middlesbrough before a meeting about retail crime when pickpocket Rene struck.
Summary: A pickpocket suspect, allegedly specialising in stealing wallets and valuables from customers at an Abu Dhabi local government department was arrested by the police.
By LAURIE HANNA A PICKPOCKET of was jailed yesterday for three years to stop him blighting the 2012 Olympic Games.
Fortunately, it has not deterred me from going to Scotland again and on a recent holiday to Paris two young children were caught trying to pickpocket a tourist's purse.
Annabel helped an abandoned Mollie out of the rag heap and into a life of crime as a pickpocket until Mollie was old enough to join her in working for Tommy, a local gang leader.