Scoop


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Scoop

1. To buy, especially at a discount. See also: Poop and Scoop.

2. Information, especially that which is not publicly known. A person who invests on a scoop may be guilty of insider trading.
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The scoop after use can suitably and hygienically be placed on the cover ring and the lid can be re-closed again for safe storage.
The small scoop is marked in 50ml and in 2oz increments, the medium is marked in 100ml and in 3oz increments and the large scoop measures in 200ml and in 5oz increments.
The Big Scoop Dump Truck is sturdy and fully equipped for sand use - with a strong die-cast body, thick durable tyres and smooth tipping dump bed - complete with toddler-friendly handle.
Made of heat-resistant silicone with a stainless steel handle, the 14-inch Colander Scoop is designed for draining and serving pasta, vegetables and more.
In the 18th century marrow scoops evolved to look more like the silver-plated example you can see here, with a broader and narrower scoop at either end to extract the marrow jelly from different-sized bones.
To begin preparations for a first scoop, the rover used one of its wheels Wednesday to scuff the soil to expose fresh material.
The unique neck design that holds the scoop in place does not require additional plastic nor does it interfere with the use of existing sealing materials, according to the company.
Scoop & Scoop is also the master licensee of 54 Baskin-Robbins locations in Malaysia and brings more than 20 years of operating experience to Singapore.
The company will donate $100,000 to the organization following the 31 Cent Scoop Night event.
This cheery scoop comes in five bright colours that kids will love - red, blue, green, pink and black.
It all evened out, because the reporter, Eugene Tong, was able to scoop Burks right back.