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  • Field players may only play the ball with the face of the stick.
  • If one stick is taken away, the other two will fall to the ground.
  • It would feature side-stick control for the first time on a commercial aircraft.
  • However, he is stuck in the body of a ten-year old child.
  • He learned to walk again with the aid of sticks within two years.
  • The name stuck, and it became the most popular variety show ever.
  • Foot subsequently used a walking stick for the rest of his life.
  • We rode the good times together, and we stuck together through the hard times.
  • Eventually the name stuck and the station- and the town- became known as Hundred.
  • Many of the characters are thin nearly to the point of being stick figures.
  • However, high vehicles do still try to go through and so get stuck occasionally.
  • The name stuck, and he was known by it for the rest of his life.
  • They attempt to kill each other by sticking them to another player's body.
  • This may also be caused by the action sticking after the key is released.
  • Players then pick up their own sticks, the teams having been formed.
  • It's the best we came up with, and for some reason it stuck.
  • They were taking advantage of my silence by sticking words in my mouth.
  • They did not have to stick to the usual rules of society.
  • A player can play the ball in the air and is allowed to use both sides of the stick.
  • For example, one stick may strike the head while the other hits the arm.
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Meaning of stick

  • noun An implement consisting of a length of wood
    he collected dry sticks for a campfire, the kid had a candied apple on a stick
  • noun A small thin branch of a tree
  • noun A lever used by a pilot to control the ailerons and elevators of an airplane
  • noun A rectangular quarter pound block of butter or margarine
  • noun A long implement (usually made of wood) that is shaped so that hockey or polo players can hit a puck or ball
  • noun A long thin implement resembling a length of wood
    cinnamon sticks, a stick of dynamite
  • noun Threat of a penalty
    the policy so far is all stick and no carrot
  • verb Be or become fixed
    The door sticks--we will have to plane it
  • verb Endure
    The label stuck to her for the rest of her life
  • verb Cover and decorate with objects that pierce the surface
    stick some feathers in the turkey before you serve it
  • verb Fasten with an adhesive material like glue
    stick the poster onto the wall
  • verb Fasten with or as with pins or nails
    stick the photo onto the corkboard
  • verb Fasten into place by fixing an end or point into something
    stick the corner of the sheet under the mattress
  • verb Pierce with a thrust using a pointed instrument
    he stuck the cloth with the needle
  • verb Pierce or penetrate or puncture with something pointed
    He stuck the needle into his finger
  • verb Saddle with something disagreeable or disadvantageous
    They stuck me with the dinner bill, I was stung with a huge tax bill