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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Pineapple rock, lemon platt, butter scotch, a sugarsticky girl shoveling scoopfuls of creams for a christian brother.
As the girls spread scoopfuls of butter-cream frosting on their pre-baked cupcakes, embellishing them with jellybeans and sprinkles, Ms.
That philosophy is well established in the Schwarzenegger/Shriver household as well--whether it's through the conference and its programs, or through projects like Lovin' Scoopfuls, the ice cream company she co-founded with her brother Tim Shriver to benefit Special Olympics, or supporting her daughter Katherine in selling her VIDA Bags to raise awareness and help stem maternal mortality.
Estimates of the daily iron intake of Egyptian infant and follow-up formulae (0- 6, 7-12, 13-23 months) were calculated using the feeding tables specified by the manufacturers of the various brands (boiled water, scoopfuls of powder formula and number of feeds per 24h).