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stoop

1
a downward swoop, esp of a bird of prey

stoop

2
US and Canadian a small platform with steps up to it at the entrance to a building

Stoop

A platform or small porch at the entrance to a house, usually up several steps.

stoop

stoop
A platform or small porch, usually up several steps, at the entrance to a house.
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Mae cyrraedd y rownd derfynol yn y Twickenham Stoop yn brofiad gwych.
We are not expected to win but it's a great honour to play against arguably the best club side in the world, and with such a large Aussie population in London we hope quite a few can be tempted to the Stoop - and get the bug
While Stoop could be pleased with her display, O'Brien missed a glorious chance to reach the second round for the second time when she lost a marathon match to Iveta Benesova.
Stoop also set the pace in blazing sunshine when they resumed but crucially dropped her serve in the ninth game.
Billy Marks won it, skating the Gonz gap and the stairs afterward, preventing my access to yet another stoop.
Worse, there appears to be very little organized research aimed at inventorying and assessing either individual stoop interventions or even stoop intervention strategies.
MORE TROUBLE: Jonny Wilkinson is forced off at The Stoop yesterday
Last week the Tigers were monstered by Munster in their Heineken Cup quarter-final, this week they were left looking stoop-id at The Stoop.
The fence was set on a low continuous curb, and the gate to the areaway was located either directly adjacent to the stoop or directly in front of it.
Another example would be for the owner to enter their living quarters from the parlor level stoop and rent out the garden level, with its separate entrance.
CARDIFF Blues and Newport Gwent Dragons now know who they will face in the Series Final of the Premiership sevens this Friday at the Twickenham Stoop.