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scooting

a form of behavior limited largely to dogs. Sliding along on the ground while sitting on the perineal area and with the hindlimbs extended forwards. Caused usually by irritation in the perineal area, chiefly anal sac irritation.
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NetSuite's intuitive interface helps Scoot quickly ramp up new users to speed time to value.
Deliveries for SIA's Airbus orders are due to begin in 2017 while Scoot will receive its first Boeing 787s in 2014, the airlines said.
Scoot is wholly owned by SIA but will be managed independently.
Scoot has endured a bumpy ride on the stock market in recent months and is now worth a fraction of its value at the height of the dot.
Scoot UK's Marketing Director said that the service currently boasts a 90% completion rate for queries, and even managed to find the chicken sexer.
He scooped more than pounds 60million by selling the business to online firm Scoot.
The deal is being funded by cash from French water and rail group Vivendi, which is pumping in nearly pounds 200 million to double its stake in Scoot to 22 per cent.
These critters -- crabs that scoot sideways just out of reach of waves, centipedes that scramble up tall walls, stomatopods that curl up and roll away backwards -- make their way through environments that would immobilize the most sophisticated machines.
Little boys will enjoy the dependable and realistic TONKA WHEEL DRIVERS SCOOT N SCOOP 3-IN-1 RIDE ON vehicle, a PLAYSKOOL toy that will 'grow' with them as the truck converts from push toy to walker to a ride-on vehicle.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE:BA) and Scoot Pte Ltd.
Rolls-Royce today celebrated a milestone at the company's Seletar Campus with the unveiling of a Trent 1000 engine, the first to be made in Singapore for Singapore's very own long-haul budget carrier, Scoot.
Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Scoot said they have announced a five-year pilot training agreement to support the Singapore-based airline's fleet transition to 787 Dreamliners.