Examples of the the word, stick , in a Sentence Context

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  1. It easy to distinguish the two teams. The skates, stick s and any tape on the, stick ,must be of another color than the ball. In addition to the aforementioned
  2. And improving his warrior caste. If we could castrate all scoundrels and, stick ,all stupid geese in a convent, and give men of noble character a whole harem
  3. Inside them would repeatedly deflate and inflate, interfering with the control, stick ,between the pilot's legs. Instead, Blue Angel pilots tense their stomach
  4. Fish dish is Stargaze pie, a fish-based pie in which the heads of the fish, stick ,through the piecrust, as though" star-gazing ". The pie is cooked as part of
  5. Popular with cricket, rowing and hockey clubs. Tebbutt's home-made bandy, stick ,can be seen in the Norris Museum in St Ives. England won the European Bandy
  6. Hooking an attacker, or blocking a goal situation with a lifted skate, thrown, stick , or glove and so on. Also, the defenders (except the goal-keeper
  7. On the monitor. ** Joy stick - a control device that consists of a hand held, stick ,that pivots around one end, to detect angles in two or three dimensions and
  8. Books teem with striking thoughts, shrewd maxims, and brilliant phrases which, stick ,in the memory; on the other hand, he is often artificial, extravagant,and
  9. Created a film in 1908 called Phantasmagoria. The film largely consisted of a, stick ,figure moving about and encountering all manner of morphing objects, such as a
  10. Secrete a mass of gelatinous material, up to in diameter, to which the zoo ids, stick , Other freshwater species have plant-like shapes with" trunks" and" branches
  11. Ants as food. A convergence, possibly a form of mimicry, is seen in the eggs of, stick ,insects. They have an edible elaiosome-like structure and are taken into the
  12. The Duncan was carved out of a single block of wood—in other words, a single ", stick ," and not a bundle. Circumstantial evidence indicates that the baroque bassoon
  13. Billiard" may have evolved from the French word bill art or Gillette, meaning ", stick ,", in reference to the,an implement similar to a golf club, which was the
  14. Do not possess a Western-style fingerboard and tuning pegs, instead having, stick ,necks, with strings attached to the neck with loops for tuning. 18th and early
  15. Chronicle, and he sees himself as a historian, which justifies his decision to, stick ,to the facts and avoid subjectivity. This also explains why the style of The
  16. Any rule, for example, by hitting with the stick against the opponent's, stick ,or skates. Free-strokes can also be awarded upon incorrect execution of
  17. Molecular evidence strongly suggest that at least two species of the, stick ,insect genus Timema have used only asexual (parthenogenesis) reproduction for
  18. Mode of life but also his very existence was in jeopardy, he had still tried to, stick ,to his usual schedule. He felt that by so doing he could keep chaos and fear at
  19. Path and returns to its point of origin when thrown correctly. While a throwing, stick ,can also be shaped overall like a returning boomerang, it is designed to travel
  20. Shaped rack used for nine-ball. Cues: Billiards games are mostly played with a, stick ,known as a cue. A cue is usually either a one piece tapered stick or a two
  21. 2013,five in Fiscal 2014,and the final eight in Fiscal 2015. The decision to, stick ,with the C-130s to fill the need came after funding to acquire 16 C-27Js was
  22. Where the cue ball is too far away for normal hand bridging. It consists of a, stick ,with a grooved metal or plastic head which the cue slides on. Many amateurs
  23. Naturally in many plants, invertebrates (e.g. water fleas, rotifers, aphids, stick , insects,some ants, bees and parasitic wasps),and vertebrates (e.g. some
  24. Other research suggests that it may come from a Senegambian term for a bamboo, stick ,formerly used for the instrument's neck. Another theory believes the name may
  25. Saliva thereby creating a chalky paste which performs as a lubricant on the cue, stick , This lubrication method is usually attributed to professional pool player Hal
  26. Sight or the Wisdom of God. It was at one time attached to a thin rod or, stick ,based on the hollow socket at its base. The jewel certainly dates from Alfred
  27. Radical via an intermolecular reaction: This occurs when particles and gases, stick ,to the ground, plants or other surfaces. Adverse effects Acid rain has been
  28. As a cue. A cue is usually either a one piece tapered stick or a two piece, stick ,divided in the middle by a joint of metal or phenolic resin. High quality cues
  29. Can spend inverted without fuel starvation, and outfitting with the control, stick ,spring system that is used to facilitate more precise aircraft control inputs.
  30. Cue for the opening break shot (because of cue speed gained from a lighter, stick ,) and another, shorter cue with a special tip for. Mechanical bridge
  31. Demonstration configuration is such that the pilot must overcome of nose-down, stick ,input to maintain level flight. The Blue Angels do not wear G-suits, because
  32. 2 and 5,then if we place the stick s one after the other, the length of the, stick ,thus formed us. Subtraction (−) Subtraction is the opposite of addition.
  33. Sports, are a wide variety of games of skill generally played with a cue, stick ,which is used to strike billiard balls, moving them around a cloth-covered
  34. Early, African-influenced banjos were built around a gourd body and a wooden, stick ,neck. These instruments had varying numbers of strings, though often including
  35. The drag). Related terms Kylie is one of the Aboriginal words for the hunting, stick ,used in warfare and for hunting animals. Instead of following curved flight
  36. Drug patches, etc.). Some removable adhesives are designed to repeatedly, stick ,and un stick . They have low adhesion and generally can not support much weight.
  37. Condition. He then collected a contingency soil sample using a sample bag on a, stick , He folded the bag and tucked it into a pocket on his right thigh. He removed
  38. It invaluable for the building of cannon where iron cannonballs would otherwise, stick ,in the barrel. It is still widely used today for springs, bearings,bushings
  39. Played with a stick known as a cue. A cue is usually either a one piece tapered, stick ,or a two piece stick divided in the middle by a joint of metal or phenolic
  40. Not translate into a linear acceleration from the center through the arc of the, stick ,travel. The controllers did, however,include a pause button, a unique feature
  41. Player of the opposite team offends any rule, for example, by hitting with the, stick ,against the opponent's stick or skates. Free-strokes can also be awarded upon
  42. Might mandate a penalty shot are those of hitting or blocking an opponent's, stick ,or touching the ball with the hands, arms, stick or head above the shoulders.
  43. Of the dominant Lotus 79" wing car ", which used aerodynamic ground effect to, stick ,to the track when cornering, but Laura won two races in the BT46,one with the
  44. Or blocking an opponent's stick or touching the ball with the hands, arms, stick , or head above the shoulders. If any of these actions is carried out in a
  45. Goal-throws, and so on. Or the use of incorrect equipment, such as a broken, stick , Rather than stopping play, the referee may allow play to continue when its
  46. Rivers with the name * ASA, alternate term for about; a staff used in Egyptian, stick ,fencing * ASA physical status classification system, a system for assessing the
  47. Materials are now commonly used for nonprofessional games. It is a hard round, stick , about 2.5 inches (6.4 centimeters) in diameter at the hitting end, tapering
  48. Will as a goal, are detailed by Caspian and others,e.g. a monk watering a dry, stick , day after day, for months, or endeavoring to remove a huge rock immensely
  49. The mechanical bridge, sometimes called a" rake "," bridge, stick ," or simply" bridge ", and " rest" in the UK, is used to extend a player's
  50. Not prove the poisoning charge, but other charges of treason seemed likely to, stick ,and Peso committed suicide. Time in Rome, downfall and posthumous honors From

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