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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 pickpockets were apprehended by officers of NH and MP sub-inspector Islam Gul and Zubair Ur Rahman during routine patrolling, the spokesman of motorway police told reporter here.
The policemen stopped the bus and apprehended the five suspects that passengers identified as pickpockets.
"Being a pickpocket is like being a gunslinger - you've got to believe you can do it.
CRIME THE latest police crackdown on unscrupulous pickpockets has been launched by West Midlands Police.
As the Olympics draws millions to London, organised gangs of pickpockets are on the rise across the capital.
A family of Bulgarian pickpockets stole more than GBP 100,000 from commuters in London to their fund property ventures at home.
TWO professional pickpockets from Liverpool, who targeted vulnerable pensioners as they boarded buses across the North West, have been jailed for a total of six years and eight months.
In the past two years, these tactics cut the number of pickpocket crimes by a third.
The ugly streets of turn-of-last-century England gobble him up and he is lured to crime by Fagin--a greedy mastermind running a pickpocket enterprise made up of destitute children.
A six-year-old arrested even tried to pickpocket an immigration officer.
HUGGING BANDIT CAUGHT Police in Buffalo, New York, think they have caught a serial female pickpocket who has been robbing drunken US men for a decade.The "Hugging Bandit" was a plus-size pickpocket who put the squeeze on tipsy men, distracting them by fondling them and then secretly stealing their wallets.
Karen Schwabach's A PICKPOCKET'S TALE (037583379X, $15.95) tells of a tough ten-year-old pickpocket in 1730s London who becomes an indentured servant to a Jewish family in New York City.