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Lacrosse Stick
... A lacrosse stick or crosse is used to play the sport of lacrosse ... Players use the lacrosse stick to handle the ball and to strike or "check" opposing players, causing them to drop the ball ... The head of a lacrosse stick is roughly triangular in shape and is strung with loose netting that allows the ball to be caught, carried (known as "cradling"), and thrown or shot ...
Speed Stick
... Speed Stick is a brand of deodorant/antiperspirant that, as the name suggests, comes in stick form ... It was formerly known as "Mennen Speed Stick" prior to Colgate-Palmolive's purchase of The Mennen Company ... Speed Stick comes in both deodorant and antiperspirant forms ...
Stick - Other Uses
... Boondocks, also called "the sticks," a remote area Candlestick Park, a stadium in San Francisco, nicknamed "The Stick" Stick (unit), a measurement usually equal to two inches (5.08 cm ...
The Red Stick Ramblers
... The Red Stick Ramblers are a Cajun Music and Western Swing band who formed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1999 while some of the members were attending Louisiana State ... Their name comes from a translation of Baton Rouge, which means "red stick" in French ... The Red Stick Ramblers have appeared in a season finale of the Travel Channel's "No Reservations", with chef Anthony Bourdain, entitled "Cajun Country" ...
The Red Stick Ramblers - Discography
... The Red Stick Ramblers (2001) - Louisiana Radio Records (currently unavailable) Bring it on Down (2003) - Memphis International Records Right Key, Wrong Keyhole (2005) - Memphis ...

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