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How to use the word stick with in a Sentence?

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But the Giants are still going to stick with their current quarterback: a scarecrow on a Roomba, no Time to Die.

Michael Che

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

Latest Headlines

Investors who piled in to the long-term thematic ETF continue to stick with it despite continued underperformance in 2021 in hopes that 2020 success will be repeated.

Todd Rosenbluth

Found on Reuters
2 months ago

Top News

If it works, stick with it.

Todd Lane

Found on FOX News
2 months ago

Opinion

I told them I loved him because I wasn't sure what's going to happen, i tried to stick with both of them. I wore Steven Poust out. She drifted away from me.

Steven Poust

Found on CNN
4 months ago

Top News

I don’t think that Maxine meant anything by that except to say, ‘You have to stick with it, you have to be there,’ but Democrats have to be twice as smart and twice as thoughtful as Republicans. Because Republicans will say whatever they want and they get away with it. Whereas Democrats, one little thing like this and they jump all over her.

Joy Behar

Found on FOX News
6 months ago

Latest Headlines

We must stick with the current restrictions we already have in place ... but the situation today does not justify a new national lockdown.

Thomas Coex/Pool via REUTERSCastex

Found on Reuters
8 months ago

Top News

I still remember one guy, his last message was to tell his son he loves him... Most of those stories stick with you.

Syed Naqvi

Found on Reuters
8 months ago

Top News

However, that is not clinical proof that they are equally comparable in protecting you, bottom line, stick with full dose, followed by full dose.

The US

Found on CNN
9 months ago

Top News

Its been a long nine months, now is the time to be disciplined, now is the time to stick with it.

Thomas McGinn

Found on FOX News
9 months ago

Health

From the time the President was elected, I was urging Leading Freedom Caucus members to remain independent and to be willing to push back against the President where Leading Freedom Caucus members thought he was wrong, leading Freedom Caucus members've decided to stick with the President time and again, even where Leading Freedom Caucus members disagree with him privately.

Justin Amash

Found on CNN
1 year ago

U.S.

[ My kids ] deserve some kind of an award for the way that they've been able to stick with me through this.

Beth Blauer

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Health

From a tracking purpose, it's easier to stick with things that pour.

Melissa Majumdar

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Health

It is self-evaluation but it's also the measuring stick with which we will be measured.

Cuitlahuac Perez

Found on Reuters
1 year ago

Company News

I don't think they would stick with the social distancing.

Billie Caldwell

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Top News

We really want to urge everyone to avoid dubious sources of information and stick with trusted sources like their state health departments or the United States Maine CDC, we're in a situation where fear and misinformation can spread more quickly than this virus.

United States

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Health

I hope he will continue to stick with peace, as his father did.

Takahiro Suzuki

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

World

They're going to stick with the process arguments for as long as possible because most members still can't stomach a defense of the substance, there is a real sense of inevitability to the impeachment in the White House, and so the focus is on shoring up the base to minimize any House Republican losses in the Senate.

Brendan Buck

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Politics

This will stick with the United Kingdom economy for a long time.

Christian Schulz

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

I took it out like I usually do and just kind of relied on my training to bring me home, simona was having a great race and pulled up right next to me and when she did that I kind of felt like I could stick with her and rely on my speed.

Simona Quadarella

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Sports

We have never seen anything like' Oumuamua in our solar system. It's really a mystery still, but our preference is to stick with analogs we know, unless or until we find something unique. The alien spacecraft hypothesis is a fun idea, but our analysis suggests there is a whole host of natural phenomena that could explain it.

Matthew Knight

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

If they really stick with that timeline, then they're likely going to be violating several environmental laws, this is being rushed faster than any area we've ever seen in the American Arctic and almost any area in the United States. It's about meeting a political clock.

Adam Kolton

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Environment

Fear says to us let's stick with what we know, hope says lets bring change.

Mmusi Maimane

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

World

Everybody told me to stick with it, i dont think I scored a field goal until the fourth. I just stuck with it. They all believed in me.

Jamal Murray

Found on FOX News
2 years ago

Sports

From the time the President was elected, I was urging them to remain independent and to be willing to push back against the President where they thought he was wrong, they've decided to stick with the President time and again, even where they disagree with him privately.

Justin Amash

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Politics

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