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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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"They (the players) will stick together because they want to get it right, and the best way to do it is to stick together and believe in what they are doing.
It will be difficult, but we will have to stick together, stay injury free and win our games.
Girls gotta stick together, so sorting things out with your best bud since kindergarten should be it the top of your pile of priorities.
"The Hawaiian word 'pililaau' means to stick together," said Chase.
Whatever the next challenge, stick together and fight the good fight.
In high school, they made a pact to stick together, go to college, and become doctors.
Though several ridicule Maizon because she is poor and lacks home training, they insist that the race must stick together. At first, Maizon tries to ignore these social challenges by cutting herself off from everyone.
Petrobusiness pals must stick together. All the guzzlers' gas tanks must be filled.
The key to creating composite materials is controlling the way the different components stick together. There are many techniques for characterizing surfaces in detail and understanding how to modify them.
It is at the heart of communities which work and stick together.
The problem scientists had faced in using carbon nanotubes as transistors was that all synthetic methods of production yield a mixture of metallic and semiconducting nanotubes which "stick together" to form ropes or bundles.
They have discovered that bucky balls can oxidise - the same process as rusting - and the tiny molecules stick together, even at room temperatures.