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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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Caption: After adding a scoop to his mower, Dan was able to move sand, cement, and logs around his property.
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South Miami, FL, December 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product designed to provide unprecedented functionality for its users when enjoying various forms of media through their cell phones, the Sound Scoop, has been developed by Larry Wilder of Glendale Heights, Illinois.
Each scoop has its size stamped on the handle for instant recognition and the flat bottoms allow them to safely sit flat on counter tops and tables and can be stacked easily when not in use.
Scoop, the GulfWeekly office goldfish, sadly passed away this week, just days before Editor Stan Szecowka went on vacation.
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