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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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Through their exemplary leadership and investment in their peers, each of this year's winners is a role model for how to treat everyone with respect and foster a community of acceptance," added Tim Shriver, Lovin' Scoopful co-founder.
It's a great joy to recognize young leaders with the Lovin' Compassion Award who are moving beyond the status quo and going beyond their comfort zones to foster more respect and acceptance in their communities," said Lovin' Scoopful co-founder, Maria Shriver.
Lovin' Scoopful reports the new application is "designed to be fun and engaging for new and existing fans of the brand.
The Lovin' Compassion Award celebrates young people who embody strength in character, leadership and compassion for those with different abilities," states Lovin' Scoopful co-founder Maria Shriver.
As the girls spread scoopfuls of butter-cream frosting on their pre-baked cupcakes, embellishing them with jellybeans and sprinkles, Ms.
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).
Drop by small scoopfuls (size of ping-pong balls) onto ungreased sheets.
At the beginning of Episode 8, "Lestrygonians," as Bloom begins his lunchtime walk across Dublin, he observes "a sugarsticky girl shoveling scoopfuls of creams for a christian brother.