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These clear glass tumblers are usually the vessels for heaping scoops of strawberry ice cream with a fudge swirl, whipped cream, and sprinkles, but they are equally useful for spicing up an after-work drink.
The journalist has enough information for a big scoop about London’s corruption, but is afraid to hit “publish” because the authorities might retaliate against a captive friend.
This shovel features a 15-inch-wide, 19-inch-long, rust-proof aluminum scoop that can handle debris, dirt, and rubble.
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Amy Coney Barrett’s hearings are set to begin today, New Zealand’s election approaches, and we’ve got the scoop on what to expect at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit this week.
Anyone who hates having to stick their hand into coffee beans or grounds to find the scooper will get a kick out of the magnetic coffee scoop that comes with this container and sticks to the outside for easy access.
This box also comes with five capsule covers and a scoop to transfer grinds into the pods.
Jess laid the dog down on a bed of moss as she spoke, and started energetically to scoop up piles of the fragrant needles.
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Only blue ground showed, and there was a power scoop digging out more.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
The scoop which he used for the purpose would, he thought, be sufficient for throwing the water overboard.
Musakbut kug usa ka kumkum bugas, I will scoop out a handful of rice.

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