Scoop

Scoop

[skoop]
Scoop may refer to:

Related to journalism

  • Scoop (term), a news story, particularly connotating a new or developing story with aspects of importance and excitement, normally an exclusive for the journalist involved
  • Scoop (novel), a 1938 satirical novel by Evelyn Waugh set in the world of foreign correspondence
  • Scoop (news website), a news website based in New Zealand
  • Scoop (journalism magazine), a quarterly publication by the Australian Journalists Association

Related to the shape

  • Scoop (tool), a shovel-like tool, particularly one deep and curved, used in digging,
  • Scoop (machine part), a component of machinry to carry things,
  • Scoop stretcher, (or clamshell, Robertson Orthopedic Stretcher), a device used specifically for casualty lifting
  • Scoop (utensil), a specialized spoon for serving
  • Hood scoop, a ventlating opening in the bonnet of a car

Other

Scoops may refer to :

  • Scoops Carry (1915–1970), an American jazz alto saxophonist and clarinetist

Scooping may refer to :

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