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Stick

A slang term for a point on a security market. For example, if a share price drops five points over the trading day, it may be said to decline five stick.
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Ranbir Kapoor has often been spotted clicking selfies with prominent guests at prestigious award ceremonies and other glittering events.
Celebrities, politicians and the Pope have succumbed to the temptations of selfie mania.
They want a selfie as proof of their own exploration and to get feedback on how pretty they look or how wealthy they are when they expose their make-up, jewellery or environment.
If the make-up selfie for men is the latest evolution of the lone selfie, the latest fund-raiser must be its distant cousin and rather self-explanatory "c***-in-asock" phenomenon, in aid of testicular cancer.
Mellissa Gomes a guidance counsellor at a leading school in Doha says, oeThe selfie generation is the generation that literally lives off Facebook and Twitter and they upload selfies often to seek approval and gain compliments on their appearance.
SELFIE STICKS A hi–tech stick designed to help you take better pics may make the ideal Christmas gift for a selfie–loving fan.
The selfie camera is restricted to 5MP and offers 4GB RAM and option for either 16GB or 32GB or 64GB internal storage.
But in this selfie age we seem to expect a snap with whoever we fancy.
Another raving eejit hams it up for selfie in Hong Kong
That's the message Russian authorities are sending with their new "Safe Selfie" campaign, launched amid an epidemic of selfie deaths worldwide in 2015.
Summary: Your selfie game might be strong, but so are these statistics
Other museums all over the world have selfie sticks on their blacklist.