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3 : to put in place by or as if by pushing <She stuck candles in the cake.
They can also be glued to ribbons or stuck on tape.
The results were plotted as number of stuck o-rings vs.
Whitesides and Prime observed that the five proteins they studied stuck poorly to films containing lots of polyethylene glycol.
Five years after its inception, the Duck(R) brand duct tape Stuck at Prom(R) Scholarship Contest is still awarding its top scholarship prize to high school students across North America.
I CAN'T LET GO--I'M STUCK THREE INCHES FROM A BAD MOVIE
Within that range, however, the objects almost always stuck together.