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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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As proposed, coal mine operators will be required to use proximity systems that cause a coal-hauling machine or scoop to stop before contacting a miner; provide audible and visual warning signals when a miner gets too close to the machine (within the machine's warning zone); provide a visual signal on the machine that indicates the system is functioning properly; prevent movement of the machine if the system is not functioning properly; prevent interference with or from other electrical systems; and be installed and maintained by a person trained in the system's installation and maintenance.
The small scoop is marked in 50ml and in 2oz increments, the medium is marked in 100ml and in 3oz increments and the large scoop measures in 200ml and in 5oz increments.
Measuring 14 inches long, the extra-large Measuring Scoop makes it easy to measure wet or dry ingredients, say officials.
Scoops were considered as personal items and there was a widely-held superstition that it was unlucky for anyone other than the owner to use them.
The desiccant scoops are made with pharmaceutical grade PP and are traditionally off-white, although they can be manufactured in an array of colors.
Every time you enjoy a scoop of Ben & Jerry's, you're showing us how much you care.
The scoop after use can suitably and hygienically be placed on the cover ring and the lid can be re-closed again for safe storage.
We've installed over 400 dog bins throughout Swansea as well as providing free poop scoops, so there's no reason why pet owners should leave a mess behind.
3 mini scoops Hagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate (3x15gr)
The original Scoop promotion, back in 2003, generated more than eight thousand coupons for a free scoop of Brigham's ice cream," said Darryln Leikauskas, vice president of marketing for Brigham's.
distributor-is illustrated in the tale of a new ice cream scoop from a German kitchen gadget company called LURCH.
Fill compartments of bento box with small scoops of various sorbets and ice creams, then top with berries as desired.