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rural terrain, especially a woody area; any rural region.
We had to drive way out into the sticks to visit that customer.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A familiar phrase for masts.
The numerical value of sticks in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of sticks in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of sticks in a Sentence
The Bates decision by now sticks out like a sore thumb, bayer has more than enough ammunition in recent Supreme Court cases to show the trial court judges got it wrong.
For me, what I found is if you, you know, it's kind of like when you're going through hell, keep going. It's the only solution. When you get to the other side, you figure out, number one, that you're ten times stronger than you thought you were. And you don't forget that because you experience it. It's not intellectual. Secondly, you find out who your real friends and family are because, in tough times, no one else sticks around. There was grace in that because it made me so much stronger or made me care so much more.
I think his consistency is probably the thing that sticks out, he's always had, I would say more than glimpses, but he's always had the stuff he has, but he's starting to understand the league and himself.
I don't like my hockey sticks touching other sticks, and I don't like them crossing one another, and I kind of have them hidden in the corner. I put baby powder on the ends. I think it's essentially a matter of taking care of what takes care of you.
Child pornography is so dangerous for a child’s mind, their frontal lobes aren’t developed yet, so what they see sticks in their minds.
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- des bâtonsFrench
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