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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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Collectors wanting to fill this year's Panini World Cup sticker book should expect to pay PS773, according to Professor Paul Harper WALES NEWS SERVICE
The maths expert, from Cardiff University's School of Mathematics, said the minimum cost of collecting all 682 stickers was PS109.60, based on buying 137 packets and never getting a duplicate - but added this was "extremely unlikely".
Prof Harper added his calculations showed that once you had only 19 stickers left to collect, you would still need to buy 483 packets of stickers to complete the album.
In keeping with Petron's mission to always give customers a Best Day, the stickers are designed to be upbeat and are sure to bring smiles to anyone who will receive them.
For receiving stickers /Pass for Law Enforcement Agencies, District Administration (government vehicles), ambulance and media organizations etc Original CNIC, departmental ID Card and letter pad of the department will be shown and copy of CNIC and departmental ID Card will be required for obtaining sticker.
Once the message we can enlarge the sticker and release.