01. We are teaching our dog how to fetch a [stick].
02. The children spent the afternoon throwing [sticks] into the creek, and watching them drift downstream.
03. He was arrested after hitting someone over the head with his [stick] during the hockey game.
04. I can't swim very far when I do the crawl, so I usually [stick] to the breast stroke.
05. Budget travelers can live for well under $50 a day in the African nation of Gabon if they [stick] to cheap resthouses and restaurants.
06. The dog went out into the water to get the [stick] his master had thrown.
07. With his [sticky] hands and feet, Spiderman is able to walk up the sides of buildings.
08. When my kids were small, they liked to collect colorful [stickers] that they kept in an album.
09. With little [sticky] pads on their toes, tree frogs can actually climb the smooth surface of a windowpane.
10. There was some [sticky] stuff coming out from where the tree branch had been cut.
11. Some orangutans have discovered how to use [sticks] to get insects out of holes.
12. When I was a little boy, I used to enjoy spending time at the park watching [sticks] float down the stream, and chasing after them.
13. He broke his arm, and we could see the bone [sticking] out.
14. Stirring rice while it simmers mashes the grains, and makes the rice [sticky].
15. In the culture of Tibet, it's good manners to [stick] out your tongue at your guests.
16. Houseflies have [sticky] feet which allow them to walk on the ceiling.
17. Snails produce a colorless, [sticky] discharge that forms a protective carpet under them as they travel along.
18. The children were playing war with pointed [sticks], and one of them accidentally got poked in the arm and had to go to the hospital.
19. You'd better sharpen that stake a bit if you want to [stick] it in the vampire's heart tonight.
20. If an insect tries to eat a bit of gum, its jaws will [stick] together, and it will die of starvation.
21. Einstein once said: " I don't know with what weapons World War Three will be fought, but World War Four will be fought with [sticks] and stones."
22. It was very hard for Betty to make chocolate chip cookies for her son's class while trying to [stick] to her diet.
23. You can't use the recreational facilities unless you have a valid [sticker] on your student card.
24. Don't touch the walls; the paint is still [sticky].
25. The children just finished their ice-cream cones and their hands are all [sticky].
26. We gathered some [sticks] to make a fire.
27. The [stickiness] on the table is from some beer that was spilt.
28. I got [stuck] in traffic coming home, and it took me over an hour to get about one mile.
29. The little boy [stuck] his finger in a pop bottle and couldn't get it out.
30. I got [stuck] on question five on the math test because I couldn't remember the formula.
31. She [stuck] her boyfriend's photo on the inside of her locker door.
32. Winnie-the-Pooh ate so much honey while visiting Rabbit at home, that he got [stuck] while trying to get out of his hole.
33. A Chinese proverb notes that he who stands still in the mud [sticks] in it.
34. A Chinese proverb observes that water does not [stick] to the mountain, and vengeance does not [stick] to a big heart.
35. A Hebrew proverb remarks that poverty is a wonderful thing. It [sticks] to a man after all his friends have forsaken him.
36. A Japanese proverb notes that an accomplishment [sticks] to a person.
37. Theodore Roosevelt once advised, "Speak softly and carry a big [stick]."
38. Samuel Johnson once said that a fishing rod is a [stick] with a hook at one end and a fool at the other.
39. George Elliot once advised, "Keep true, never be ashamed of doing right; decide on what you think is right and [stick] to it."
40. Mao Zedong once said, "In waking a tiger, use a long [stick]."

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