open stick

open stick

A stick of bombs in which the bombs are released singly.
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Gee Godfrey's strike rebounded off the keeper to the open stick of captain Shana Featonby who scrambled the ball home to give Town the lead within five minutes.
Mulvihill says that other owls like the great horned and long-eared owls prefer to nest in open stick nests in trees that they commandeer from crows or hawks.
In 2013, the company introduced EZTear, a laminated pouch structure for use in easy open stick packs or similar flexible packaging applications.
Yet there seems to be an unwritten rule where they are immune from receiving open stick from their boss if they aren't doing the business on the pitch.
Turn over and push the open sticks closer together to fold the leaves slightly and make a channel for the water to run down.