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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So we are banning two scoops of the same flavor and encouraging our fans to contact their MPs to tell them that the time has come 6 make marriage equality legal
According to MSHA's proposal, mines will have eight months after the rule goes into effect to be in compliance for coal-hauling machines and scoops manufactured after the effective date of the rule (also for coal-hauling machines and scoops equipped with an existing proximity detection system).
A range of food scoops has been introduced by Detectamet for dispensing and measuring ingredients and finished products in the food industry.
Be a scooper trooper, with the impressive, new, Big Scoop Large Tractor.
Measuring 14 inches long, the extra-large Measuring Scoop makes it easy to measure wet or dry ingredients, say officials.
There was even a Marrow Bone Club in Edinburgh, each member having their own silver scoop ornamented with marrow bones.
Next, the rover twice will scoop up some soil, shake it thoroughly inside the sample-processing chambers to scrub the internal surfaces, then discard the sample.
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.
Jeanette Oldham, who reports for the Sunday Mercury, won the title of Scoop of the Year for her investigation into asylum accommodation providers.
Scoop is now active in 13 countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe and has been involved in establishing similar organizations in the Middle East (Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism, ARIJ) and West Africa (Programme for African Investigative Reporting, PAIR).
Sold as a two-cup large scoop or a set of two scoops in one-half- and one cup sizes, the products feature sturdy mini feet on the bottom to keep scoops upright and soft touch points on each side so they have a sure grip even with damp or wet hands.