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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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Xinbaohong's Selfie Ring Light will let you take great selfies even without a natural light.
An Indian man takes a selfie with his family on a scooter on the newly-built Signature Bridge in New Delhi on November 15, 2018 -- selfie-mad India has recorded the most deaths of people taking the self-portraits (AFP/File / Sajjad HUSSAIN/ MANILA BULLETIN)
At the event, which runs from June 11 to 14, a live demo of the Epic Selfie will be on show at Picsolve's stand, where visitors will be able to try it out first hand.
Sithambaram said allegations were rife on social media that the selfie had been taken in the courtroom and asked the judge to make a directive on the matter, saying that it was not good for the integrity of court proceedings to be 'compromised'.
Washington Post writer Allyson Chiu (2018) said, "The next time you're standing at the edge of a scenic cliff or on top of a waterfall, take care before snapping a quick selfie. It could be the last thing you do."
According to Fox News, there have been several incidents in recent years in which doctors have diagnosed selfie wrist.
| The Cat Selfie mobile phone accessory designed by Loughborough University student George Hill.
SELFIE is one of the 11 initiatives of the Digital Education Action Plan presented by the Commission in January this year.
According to the study , drowning is the leading cause of selfie deaths, usually involving people being washed away by waves on beaches or falling out of a boat.
Most of the deaths resulted from something that was happening around the person taking the selfie, the study reported.
MORE than 250 people have died while trying to take a selfie, according to new research.
The number one cause of death was drowning, followed by incidents involving transport, such as taking a selfie in front of an oncoming train, and also falling from a height.