stickout

stickout

(ˈstɪkˌaʊt)
n
1. a conspicuous person or thing
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a worker's strike
3. (General Sporting Terms) US a person recognized as being outstanding
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Coral are a stickout 10-11 that one or both teams don't score while it's 6-4 that Saints win to nil.
He was a stickout for his country at Euro 2008 before they lost to Spain in the last four but returned to Zenit St Petersburg on loan last season after his Gunners spell turned sour.
The Model 4-500 Bench-Top head is a fully-integrated tube weld head system with an available fixturing plate designed for high-production bench welding of short stickout fittings, tubes, tube to valve bodies and other similar assemblies.
Bale, incidentally, is a stickout 20-1 with Bet365 to be first goalscorer.
Paddy Power were a stickout 7-2 last night, but even if that goes, the 16-5 from Bet365 is more than acceptable.
And if he does, Skybet's stickout 5-6 for next year won't last long, though credit to them for even daring to be top price at this stage having been filled in with their eve-of-tournament 4-7 this time around.
The Blues, despite a rotten run in the Premier League, are inevitably odds-on across the board for Sunday's trip to struggling Bolton, but Betfred are a stickout 4-5.
Phil Mickelson was another player being shoved out - 10-1 to 12-1 with Blue Square - but Stan James took the axe to their stickout 125-1 about Loch Lomond hero Johan Edfors - he is now an 80-1 chance.
Punters will be looking for bargains among the in-form players: Goosen, new leader of the European money list and a winner three times since August, recent Munich winner David Howell, 16-1 in two places despite three straight 66s in Cologne at the weekend; Jose Maria Olazabal, a stickout 20-1 with Coral after sharing second place in Germany on Sunday, and Paul McGinley, runner-up to Cabrera at Wentworth in May and third to Tiger Woods at Firestone last month, at 25-1.
Harry's braves have few takers, even at Totalbet's stickout 6-1, which has survived this morning.
Coral are likely to see some interest in their 8-13 Hibernian against Dundee United - four firms are 1-2 - while Leicester's FA Cup exploits cut no ice with Hills, who rate them a stickout 5-4 against Millwall.