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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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Stickiness refers to the difficulty learners have to internalise knowledge and skills, enabling them to perform a task successfully (Szulanski, 2000).
Rhus Tox - Acute inflammation with swelling of the lids, stickiness and difficulty in opening the eyelids.
By the end of the quarter, the Index reported an aggregate of 25 percent of power users, 19 percent of loyal users and an overall app stickiness value of 22 percent.
The stickiness is related to the starch content of the pasta sheet, which in turn is related to the cooking temperature and time.
Scientists at Rutgers University set out to understand the factors that control stickiness in wheat flour tortilla products.
In comparison with hard chrome or nickel phase vapor deposition, the Vickersil is a passive coating avoiding the stickiness of plastics and elastomers.
The moldability test uses a loose mass of sand, which is rotated in the screen, and it measures the stickiness or cohesiveness of the sand mass as a measure of how free flowing it is.
4kcals/g but is prone to stickiness, and isomalt, which avoids stickiness but presents workability issues in the manufacturing process.
Bandages made with this material would also be easy to reposition: Simply warming them up would renew the stickiness of the adhesive.
The Consulate chose IgoUgo for its ability to build a website founded on viral marketing, site stickiness, and an inherent enthusiasm that would engage users with the site's brand.
They tell us it allows accurate and reliable testing of tortilla stickiness and tensile strength, which are parameters that play a pivotal role in processabiity and end-product quality.
The proteins that mussels use to anchor themselves underwater derive their strength and stickiness from a single amino acid, according to a new study.