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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of scoop.

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Examples

  • Since there's one WH and many media, the number of media willing to be scooped is small, giving the WH (and other politicians, anonymous critics, etc.) the whip hand in setting the terms.

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  • A little plug here for Wisconsin frozen custard also made fresh every day, scooped from a bucket and mix-ins of the day added fresh in small batches to vanilla custard.

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  • The only thing worse than getting scooped is when you scoop someone and no one notices.

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  • Natural peanut butter scooped from the jar with my finger, anything to do with melted cheese (mmm fondulicious) and any food that comes encased in pie crust.

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  • Then Hartline lost control of ball as he was cocking his arm for a throw and Rolando McClain scooped it up at Kentucky's 4 for a touchdown, the third scored by Alabama's defense this season.

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  • Adenhart's locker in the corner of the clubhouse was almost as he left it, except for a tall jar of dirt scooped from the pitcher's mound that rested on top of the lineup card from Wednesday's game.

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  • Nobody wants their brain scooped out of their skull and dumped into a tank of fluid and hooked up to an autodialer, selling home compost technology.

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  • Its really fun to watch and newly made foamy jaggery (scooped from the pool using sugarcane stalks) is the best candy I have ever tasted in my life.

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  • Cedric Griffin scooped up the blocked punt and returned it 28 yards for a TD to tie the game, 13-13.

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  • When linebacker Warrick Holdman stripped the ball and Colvin scooped it up, it marked the 22nd straight game the Bears forced a turnover.

    NFL - National Football League - Chicago vs. Buffalo

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