sticked


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sticked

 (stĭkt)
v.
1. Past tense and past participle of stick.
2. Printing Past tense and past participle of stick.
References in classic literature ?
He had three hats upon his head, Together sticked fast, He cared neither for the wind nor wet, In lands where'er he past.
A pass isn't just a pass to Emrick -- the puck was squibbed, rifled, wanded, even soccered and the puck isn't just stopped by a goaltender, it's waffleboarded, gloved or sticked away.
Fourteen percent of respondents held a neutral position and 24 percent sticked to a negative answer.
The group stated that, 'Having initially conceded and congratulated Kauran Bauchi, knowing fully ?well that, that is the wish of the people, Mr Abubakar should have sticked to his words.
When the cops searched Doak, he warned them of possibly getting sticked because he had a needle inside his pocket.
On the other hand, the Samsung sticked with the old 6000 series as its latest Samsung Galaxy A9 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.
Tenders are invited for TTPS-ICHP-MAINTENANCE OF TRACK RAILS OF CONVEYOR-49 & 54 TRACK PATH BY CLEARING THE STICKED COAL AND PAINTING WORKS.
Moreki said although manicure beautified woman's hands, it has some disadvantages such as the incorrect use of nail gel which might get nails more irritable from the procedure, as they were buffed to remove their natural shine so the gel sticked better to them.
And how exactly does wearing a piece of stapled cardboard with some multi-coloured numbers Pritt Sticked on it (more likely) actually help with mastering algebra and trigonometry?
"Mayor's office sticked to the land moratorium," he said.
As a conclusion, it is possible to argue that mobile games have negative effects on daily life even they are not sticked to the time and place and make it possible for people to play them while they are moving.