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scoop

(skūp),
A narrow, spoonlike instrument for extracting the contents of cavities or cysts.
[A.S. skopa]
Drug slang A regional term for GHB
Emergency Scoop stretcher

scoop

(skoop)
A spoon-shaped surgical instrument.

bone scoop

A curette for scraping or removing necrosed bone or the contents of suppurative tracts.

bullet scoop

A spoon-shaped object used for dislodging bullets or shrapnel.

ear scoop

A curet for removing middle ear granulations.

lithotomy scoop

An instrument for dislodging encysted stones or debris.

mastoid scoop

An instrument used in mastoid operations.

renal scoop

An instrument used to dislodge or remove small stones from the pelvis of a kidney.
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Long-handled pooper scoopers, for use by OAPs and those with disabilities, are also available to buy from Focus/Do-It-All.
The Scooper Bowl is for professional pooper scoopers .
If you can't pick up the dog waste yourself then you can always hire a professional pooper scooper to do it for you
His daughter, Sasha Pereyra of Palmdale, has been posting fliers advertising Professional Pooper Scoopers, whose motto is, ``They poop it, we scoop it.
March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Professional Animal Waste Specialists (aPaws) was founded in February 2002 by a group of pooper scoopers who believe every dog should have its day.
With this new four-county spread of scoopers, he's looking to find more customers like Ken Davenport, caretaker of a large Woodland Hills home with a sprawling back yard.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Pooper scoopers will be scooping up their luggage instead of doggy doo.
Two Super scoopers, seven helicopters and bulldozers on the ground helped attack the fire.
Aggressive dogs are not allowed, and owners are required to clean up after their pets with scoopers that are provided.
A 5-foot-tall chain-link fence surrounds the park, which has a water fountain for people and for dogs, benches, a portable toilet for people, trash cans, pooper scoopers and bulletin boards to post notices.
Pooper scoopers and trash containers will be available, but dog park users typically police themselves, Valeriote said.