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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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Each scoop has its size stamped on the handle for instant recognition and the flat bottoms allow them to safely sit flat on counter tops and tables and can be stacked easily when not in use.
Measuring 14 inches long, the extra-large Measuring Scoop makes it easy to measure wet or dry ingredients, say officials.
Scoops were considered as personal items and there was a widely-held superstition that it was unlucky for anyone other than the owner to use them.
The desiccant scoops are made with pharmaceutical grade PP and are traditionally off-white, although they can be manufactured in an array of colors.
We have installed special poop scoop dispensers all along the foreshore and other areas popular with walkers and we would urge anyone walking with their pets to use the facilities provided.
3 mini scoops Hagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate (3x15gr)
The original Scoop promotion, back in 2003, generated more than eight thousand coupons for a free scoop of Brigham's ice cream," said Darryln Leikauskas, vice president of marketing for Brigham's.
distributor-is illustrated in the tale of a new ice cream scoop from a German kitchen gadget company called LURCH.
Scoop vanilla ice cream into sundae glasses and pour hot chocolate sauce on top.
It takes one banana and three scoops of ice cream .
Ben & Jerry's Scoop Truck will be keeping things cool by giving out thousands of free euphoric scoops of ice cream from July 28 through August 25.
This annual tradition provides Baskin-Robbins with an opportunity to thank not only our loyal guests by offering 31 cent ice cream scoops but also a chance to honor our partner, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.