How To Use Scoop up In A Sentence

  • Don't let anyone use forks to cut and scoop up food. The Sun
  • While at the beach, not only did we dig up filthy sand crabs by the bucket-load, but during the medical waste dumping scandal it was commonplace to scoop up a syringe cover or used Band-Aid along with the little beetle-like critters. Daniel P. Malito: The Dangers Of 'Nerfing' The World For Our Kids
  • We often went down on a Sunday to scoop up basinfuls of capelin when they washed ashore.
  • The plan was to swoop down low and scoop up the agent on a hook. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chinese banks also are reaping profits by financing moves by Chinese companies to scoop up distressed assets in the U.S. or increase the size of their busi ness in the country. China Finds New Market for Loans: U.S.
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  • Don't let anyone use forks to cut and scoop up food. The Sun
  • So her mum used a bent oven tray to scoop up all the caterpillars.
  • They scoop up the fallen cane stalks, cut them into sections called billets as they pass through the machine, and drop the billets into a wagon traveling alongside for eventual transport to the factory for processing.
  • Ever the man at arms, Gianni used his dagger to spear a slice of ham, and a trencher of bread to scoop up his eggs.
  • The most heroic guy in town -- a true Ayn Rand colossus -- is brought low and defeated by a starry-eyed socialist who pretends to be a businessman but wouldn't know how to scoop up a great deal if fell out of the pockets of the guy in front of him. Doug Molitor: Doug's Dozen (VIDEO): 12 Reasons the G.O.P. Should Run Old Man Potter
  • Companies such as AdvancePath Academics scoop up students classified as unrecoverable by traditional schools and help them complete their education. Reason Magazine
  • Purchasing managers scoop up surplus stock from manufacturers in cut-price deals. Times, Sunday Times
  • So her mum used a bent oven tray to scoop up all the caterpillars.
  • *Quickly scoop up teh bwaynze, washify them in sparlking San Pellegrino water, pack back into head bonze. Wow. She’s right! I - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • A downside was the eating utensils: flimsy bamboo “sporks” that resembled tongue depressors and were poorly distributed, forcing some attendees to scoop up jasmine rice and mac and cheese with their fingers. Beer: SAVOR lives up to its name
  • As the belt with the buckets was lowered into the hold of a ship, the buckets would scoop up the grain and hoist it up into the structure where it was dropped into tall bins.
  • For lunch I might scoop up some hummus (half-fat, of course) with some wholegrain organic bread, but I'm trying to cut down on carbohydrates.
  • But he did scoop up the shares of those too poor and uneducated to appreciate their potential value.
  • Before you nosh on your order, you get to nibble on thin and crispy poppadums brushed with ghee, made even yummier when used to scoop up diced pickled carrots sprinkled with black sesame.
  • And there remain fears that unscrupulous traders can scoop up large numbers of tickets and drive up the price. Times, Sunday Times
  • `He saw the water, issuing from a spring in the cavern, and he knelt to scoop up a palmful of the limpid liquid. KARA KUSH
  • Perhaps if one refrained from singing because you loved the sound of your voice, people would be less likely to scoop up ordure and fling it at your head.
  • Then, finally, the officers scoop up all the valuables and leave.
  • Why should it not scoop up patient charges and government money, then funnel them into tax avoidance schemes? Times, Sunday Times
  • Why should it not scoop up patient charges and government money, then funnel them into tax avoidance schemes? Times, Sunday Times
  • Others are the kind of lumpen proletariat that autocracies scoop up in a last-ditch effort to survive: convicted violent criminals, poorly educated young unemployed men, and no small number of sadists, sycophants, and psychopaths. Larry Diamond: Mubarak Must Go
  • Through one of the view ports I watched a young woman wearing rubber boots above her knees scoop up all the, er, used hay, into a rolling cart before she sluiced the floor with soapy water and began to mop.
  • The socialist party is expected to scoop up the majority of the working-class vote.
  • Although the term taco comes from a Spanish word meaning “light snack”, the taco itself had its origins in pre-Hispanic times, when the Aztecs and other groups in their empire, using corn tortillas much as Europeans used bread, rolled the tortillas or broke them into pieces to scoop up food. Wrap It Up: A Guide To Mexican Street Tacos - Part I
  • Made from an Ethiopian grain called tef, injera is eaten at every meal and also serves as cutlery, used to scoop up the juicy sauces. chicagotribune.com - News
  • I'd have to gingerly scoop up the worm (still wriggling, for he didn't kill them) and I'd throw it out the front door onto the little patch of lawn there.
  • The plan was to swoop down low and scoop up the agent on a hook. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet a submersible visit to the bottom revealed three-foot long wreckfish, large barrelfish and bizarre forms of corals and sponges bending into the current to scoop up the sparse plankton drifting in the Gulf Stream.
  • I scoop up some spaghetti, and discover it has congealed into a solid mass - Medusa on a bad hair day.
  • Before you nosh on your order, you get to nibble on thin and crispy poppadums brushed with ghee, made even yummier when used to scoop up diced pickled carrots sprinkled with black sesame.
  • Passing over my usual salad greens—the relatively low-nutrient romaine—I scoop up some arugula, which is high in vitamin K and is one of the few foods aside from fish that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Origins
  • After they've eaten the snails, they'll use the little bread bits to scoop up the leftover sauce.
  • Scoop up the tantalizing layers of finest Basmati rice, melt-in-the-mouth pieces of meat, vegetables and channa and aromatic spices and herbs, right out of the traditional large ‘lagan’.
  • Poor scores for removal speed, throwing distance, and clearing plow piles like at the end of driveways put it at dead-last among single-stage snow blowers, which use a rubber-tipped auger to scoop up and throw snow while helping move the machine. Snow blower boom includes some busts in Consumer Reports tests
  • Bussard's "ramjet" design used magnetic fields generated by the craft to scoop up the tenuous gas of interstellar space. New Scientist - Online News

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