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Keep a good stock of nutritious foods available.
Their stocks of ammunition were running dangerously low.
We're having some new stock delivered this afternoon.
Do you have any of these batteries in stock at the moment?
I'm afraid that size is out of stock.
He made a living buying and selling stocks and shares.
Technology stocks fell sharply today.
Add half a pint of chicken stock.
The Prime Minister's stock remains low with the electorate.
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