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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.
The fact that a few vital people (Connectors, Mavens, Salesmen) pushing a great idea (Stickiness Factor) at the right time or in the right place (the Power of Context) can lead to a social epidemic is far from groundbreaking.
In the next section creativity and team creative skills are discussed, then the impact of stickiness stages on creative skills development is explored, there-after the method and results are presented and the paper concludes with a discussion of the findings, implications, limitations and future research directions.
In an effort to measure stickiness, and based upon earlier findings, (20) an HPLC method that measures the extent to which tannin interacts with an HPLC column, was developed.
As stickiness is most commonly evident when dough is subjected to shear, tests should ideally be performed immediately after mixing or processing, eg after dividing or moulding.
Brian Marshall, analyst at Gleacher & Co., couldn't help but also use the word stickiness when complimenting the iCloud.
Comviva has continuously enhanced its RBT offering to maintain subscriber stickiness, introducing 'Star 2 Copy' to simplify usage, '"A" Party Caller Tunes' to provide callers with a choice of tune and AdsRBT to promote subscriber-relevant brands and enable subsidized service usage.
The firmness of the rice (N) and its stickiness (N.s) were determined using a uniaxial single compression technique and a commercial texture analyzer system.
This is a natural generalization of the original stickiness model in [18], which was defined for undirected networks.
There is a degree of stickiness ( loans becoming unrealisable) and non- transparency in bank lending rates," Subbarao said, while addressing a banking conference.
"Geezeo's clients have the opportunity to increase the stickiness of their relationships with consumers by offering online bill payment services that equal or exceed those offered by larger competitors," said Bill Ready, president of iPay Technologies in Elizabethtown, Ky.