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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Using a 1-ounce (1/8 cup; 30-mL) ice cream scoop, place scoopfuls of batter onto a sheet pan covered with parchment paper; space each scoopful 3 inches (7.5 cm) apart (Figure 16-5).
Servings were described as "less than one cup," "one piece," "a handful/fistful" and a "scoopful." They agreed it is easier for them to understand a daily amount of fruits and vegetables when that amount is described as "cups" rather than "servings." Eighty-two percent of women agreed with this idea, as did 79 percent of men.
It's always tempting to get a scoopful of nuts or dried fruit when you pass those bulk bins at the local market.
To serve: Put a scoopful of potatoes on each plate and scoop the aubergine flesh alongside.
Apollinaire shuddered and dropped a whole scoopful of black beans on the floor.
* Also in May we noted that smaller companies-specifically Los Angeles-based Lovin' Scoopful found Facebook and other social media to be a great way to connect with fans and expand their marketing reach.
In fact, the robotic arm's first attempt to deliver a delicate scoopful for analysis resulted in a clumpy clod that choked the experiment's inlet.