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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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Prior to the transaction, Tobii was a minority shareholder in Sticky.
The result meant that Netherley were guaranteed a place in the final but that The Sticky Bandits needed to win their final game against The Nozz 4 by six or more goals to make the final.
Laboratory comparison of sundew leaves to sticky traps.
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Also in this study, it have been studied that whether the costs sticky and sticky of spent costs of sold goods have any influence in earnings forecast accuracy and market moderated yield or not.
It is worth mentioning that several bombings by sticky bombs happened today, killing and wounding dozens of people in different parts of the capital, Baghdad.
The holster's sticky material makes it self-securing, which means it can be used as an inside-the-waistband holster or pocket holster--without straps or clips.
Sticky Fingers' Sweets (ISBN 978-1-58333-463-8) is a 288-patio hardcover book with color photos.
Cut a piece of sticky back plastic to the same size as the card.
Applying this concept, the Sticky Boom could grab everything from satellites to asteroids at a far greater range (300 feet vs.
Niall Crawford, of Glasgow University, said: "Tree frog feet may provide a design for self-cleaning sticky surfaces.