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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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But time spent on a website does not automatically indicate the quality or stickiness of the experience.
Stickiness refers to the difficulty learners have to internalise knowledge and skills, enabling them to perform a task successfully (Szulanski, 2000).
Tannin stickiness is unique and different than concentration
Retention -- call it stickiness or loyalty is -- critical.
Allergic reactions may cause swelling, but little redness or stickiness.
Editors who have only recently become comfortable being called content providers now find themselves referred to as providing stickiness.
This means increased stickiness, increased ARPU, greater mindshare, and a richer service experience.
Whether it is in price or wage setting, real or financial investment choices, saving or consumption decisions, some element of stickiness leading to inaction ranges in individuals choices (in prices, consumption, investment) is often included to reconcile the model with observed individual data.
Lloyd Instruments has developed a new jig for the versatile TAPlus texture analyzer to test the stickiness of cooked sheets of pasta such as lasagne.
The stickiness found in many tortillas is a highly undesirable characteristic, especially for the food service industry.
The level of mold fouling can be a slight stickiness to a point where actual deposits of compound are left on the mold surface.