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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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The official noted "parliamentary blocs sticked to their share of ministries taking us back into the idea of filling the vacated ministries by the returning blocs, such as, the Iraqi Accordance Front(IAF)", adding "efforts were ongoing to include IAF into the cabinet".
The rings were designed in such a way, that they do not cause bending the dynamometers and stretching them at places were the strain gauges are sticked on.
I hereby order the elaboration and dispatch to this office as soon as possible of a detailed statement containing the special, long and short, tipped and sticked, white and tobacco paper, cigarettes existing in that Factory as at 30 September.
Boards that meet spec are properly sticked in stacks in the lumberyard to air dry.
Lifting the lid on three new recipes, Ben & Jerry's has also added sticked ice creams to its portfolio.
Ev was sticked in the stomach by a Bronco but didn't retaliate.
The next hour was spent squatting under branches to catch cherries in my basket, trying to position the basket so it would catch the cherries, straddling slopes to find the fullest branches of red cherries, climbing up the hill with a full canasta to fetch my coffee bag, dragging the bag around the shrubs, biting and tasting the sweet fruit, and losing precious time falling over my canasta and readjusting my sticked belt.
A friend of mine took a picture of her husband's willy, Pritt- (yes, Pritt) sticked copies of it into a set of 25 Christmas cards from Woollies and sent them to all his closest friends.