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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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'Scooper aggregates content from diverse areas of interest.
Participants include Pooper Scooper, Bustodian and Roach Poacher.
According to the report, however, not even the original 'scooper' in international cricket, Sri Lanka's Tillekeratne Dilshan plays the stroke against Malinga who is quick and accurate enough to make it a huge risk.
The scooper mixed in frozen raspberries and chocolate chips, and the result was delicious.
The Tadawul design incorporates cutting-edge, eco-friendly technology such as a sunlight scooper to introduce natural sunlight and solar shading to help reduce the cooling load.
That includes boxes or bags of fresh litter, trash bags or regular liners, a scooper or scooper bags and a bottle of disinfectant if you use it.
Those were the days--no "scooper" laws to worry about.
1 Scooper, Brains, Spring and Billie were in the children's programme called Here Come The (complete the name).
Over the next year, he worked as a pizza deliveryman, ice cream scooper, fast food jockey, construction worker, ER tech, and even cowboy on a Montana dude ranch.
There's friendly competition in the air, too, as visitors vote for their favorite celebrity scooper, as well as their favorite ice cream flavor.
From 12-year-old Haruka, who invented an environmentally friendly paper dog-poop scooper that allowed the waste to decompose (unlike plastic bags, which sealed the waste and prevented it from decomposing in landfills), to 11-year-old Tilly, who spotted the warning signs of a tsunami in Thailand and helped save 100 people, to Izidor, a maltreated Romanian orphan adopted by an American couple who devoted his young adult and adult life to bringing international attention to the plight of fellow orphans and improving their living conditions.