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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This next generation pooper scooper, with 'Scoop-Flush' technology makes a nasty job easier and keeps the garden clean too.
The scooper mixed in frozen raspberries and chocolate chips, and the result was delicious.
And some enterprising elementary students started a pet mess clean up business, Pooper Scoopers, to give some earnings to the district.
Bredbenner said singing scoopers are part of the parent company's strategy of combining quality treats with friendly employees.
The scoopers are really plastic bags which people can use to clean up after their dogs.
She introduced Alterman (to whom she was married for a spell) to Morris back in the 1970s when they were ice-cream scoopers in Greenwich Village.
In some stores celebrity guest scoopers, even Ben and Jerry themselves, help out.
Get some plastic bags and some pooper scoopers, grab some friends and neighbors and do a poop check at your local park.
I don't see the mounted branch carrying pooper scoopers or being fined either.
The area, roughly an acre, includes a water fountain with spigots for both humans and dogs, a picnic table and a few well-placed trash cans with pooper scoopers.
All of the dog lovers who took part in the sponsored dog walk had either pooper scoopers or plastic bags in order to clean up after their dogs, and Dogs' Trust provided these for any owners who did not have their own.