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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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Eighty percent of Sticky Fingers' mail orders are generated online.
Shared recipe: Bob Morlatt's all-time favorite dessert, Mango and Sweet Sticky Rice.
"A sticky plant isn't a dead end for all insects; some actually prefer sticky plants and take advantage of the difficult plant surface," said Peter Nelson, an NC State Ph.D.
Fresh set Sticky Fingers will play Coach and Horses
Pilates instructor turned bacon confectionary artist, Tara Simon, known as "The Bacon Vixen," created The Sticky Pig's candies while experimenting with sweet and bacon combinations in her home kitchen.
However, just over three years later, Sticky Print entered into liquidation in August 2017, owing PS85,795 to creditors.
The new dish I tried during this trip was sinakugan, which is sticky rice mixed with black rice and cooked in coconut milk.
Leaving that pink sticky note in front of them throughout the lesson with a focus and emphasis on it radically changes where their focus is while playing, especially when all I have to do before they play again is point at it.
Sticky reported sales for 2016 of approximately USD1.5m, an EBIT of negative USD2.8m.
"Sticky Sweet" is what came to mind when I first started carrying the Sticky Holsters SM-2 pocket holster.
The company's gluten-free sticky figgy pudding, a rich fig sponge smothered in a sticky toffee sauce, fills a gap in the market for an alternative to the traditional Christmas pudding for those with special dietary requirements and also those who just prefer to avoid gluten.