Stoop


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Stoop

An obsolete Dutch unit of volume roughly equivalent to 2.4 liters.
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It may be boring, but we have to take a step-by-step approach, and the next step is a very tough away trip to the Stoop.
Is there no depth Cameron and his cronies will not stoop to in their attempts to scare the voters of this country into voting to remain in the EU.
A statement said: "Harlequins today confirmed that both Chris Robshaw and Nick Evans will be unavailable for Saturday's Champions Cup match against Leinster, due to injuries sustained in the match at the Stoop.
However, all these activities in the stoop of the apartment did not please the residents of the apartment and neigbours.
Allwn ni ddim aros i gyrraedd y Stoop ac ry' ni eisiau rhoi perfformiad da yn erbyn y timau mawr o Loegr," meddai'r canolwr 26 oed o Gastellnedd.
Summary: England's women are preparing to take on New Zealand in the 2010 World Cup Final at Twickenham Stoop.
Orr, 31, said: "We have a superb stadium at The Stoop, are competitive in Super League and are producing local-born players like Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook and Tony Clubb, who have now played for England.
There were valiant performances, particularly from Josh Goodall, who took experienced Frenchman Michael Llodra to five sets, and Georgie Stoop, who pushed seventh seed Vera Zvonareva all the way, in matches that spilled over the two days.
There were valiant performances from other British players, particularly from Joshua Goodall, who took experienced Frenchman Michael Llodra to five sets, and Georgie Stoop, who pushed seventh seed Vera Zvonareva all the way in matches that spilled over the two days.
3 : to do something that is petty, deceitful, or morally wrong <He would never stoop to lying.
Dynamic duo: Singer-songwriter Imani Coppola, 30, and programmer Adam Pallin, 28, take aim at vapid socialites and celebrate stoop-sittin' on their cheery, horn- and string-infused Little Jackie debut album, The Stoop, what Coppola calls her "most blatant attempt to go mainstream.