The big questions are whether the increase, effective Jan. 1, 1990, will stick, and whether other major steelmakers will follow suit.
Arg1: the increase, effective Jan. 1, 1990,
Example: add stuck-to
Mr. Schneider of Bear Stearns says he is recalculating the worth of the company's assets and, in the meantime, is sticking to his ``buy'' recommendation on the belief that he will find ``values'' of 30 a share.
Arg2: to his ``buy'' recommendation
Argm-cau: on the belief that he will find ``values'' of 30 a share
Example: with agent
John carefully stuck postage stamps to every square inch of his body.
Arg1: postage stamps
Arg2: to every square inch of his body
``I sense that [some people]-1 are reluctant *trace*-1 to stick their necks out in any aggressive way until after the figures come out,'' said Richard Eakle, president of Eakle Associates, Fair Haven, Conn.
Rel: [ stick] [ out]
Arg1: their necks
Argm-mnr: in any aggressive way
Argm-tmp: until after the figures come out
Roleset id: stick_around.03 , stick around: continue to be in a location, hang out, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
stick_around.03: STICK_AROUND-V NOTES: No Vncls. (from stick.03-v)
Arg0-PAG: sticker around, hanger out
Example: this is what it looks like
And defense lawyers are warning that they won't stick around if they don't get paid.
Rel: [ stick] [ around]
Argm-adv: if they don't get paid
Supporters of index arbitrage haven't been publicly sticking up for the trading strategy, as some did during the post-crash outcry of 1987.
Arg0: Supporters of index arbitrage
Rel: sticking up
Arg1: for the trading strategy
Argm-adv: as some did during the post-crash outcry of 1987