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pick (someone's)

brain/brains
To explore another's ideas through questioning.
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In terms of benefits, pick and pack clearly has the potential to eliminate packing desk activity as a separate function.
Ohio State was one pick shy of the record for players taken in the first round, when Miami had six taken in the first round of the 2004 draft.
PICK Systems was acquired in March by an investment group led by Figueroa, with financial backing by Astoria Capital and Devonshire Holdings.
Culpepper, a former Pro Bowler, was traded to Miami for a second-round pick.
The only thing that is certain: Pittsburgh is taking 17-year-old phenom Sidney Crosby with the first overall pick.
The Ducks also possess Tampa Bay's second-round pick, which is 31st overall.
Mitch Kupchak's ``unlikely'' scenario became reality when the Lakers selected Andrew Bynum - who's had a driver's license for a whole month now - with the 10th overall pick of the draft.
Baylor stopped short of saying exactly which player fits that mold and would be a reasonable selection with the 12th overall pick.
1 pick in the draft, then dealt for Rivers, who was taken fourth by the Giants, and other picks.
But on Monday, the Dodgers took left-handed Missouri schoolboy pitcher Scott Elbert with their first pick, the 17th overall.