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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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crude export volume growth and IMO 2020 preparation and its related induced reductions to vessel supply," De Stoop said.
A record-breaking crowd had packed into the Stoop for the clash as 11,500 supporters helped create hockey history.
"He has a special responsibility to maintain the quality of public discourse in the country but when Prime Minister himself stoops to the new low than other leaders also feel that this is the quality of political discourse that should prevail in the country," he added.
Mary Slinn, chief operating officer for Orbitas Bereavement Services Limited said: "It is despicable that people will stoop so low as to take plants etc off graves.
"This includes Stoop's portfolio of turnkey, thoughtfully designed living spaces, as well as Mdrn.'s existing sales and leasing operations."
The 28-year-old flanker sustained the blow against the same opposition on Sunday, when he helped Quins to a 24-18 victory at the Stoop.
She also posed one where she is leaning over the chain on the stoop of the apartment and placing some of her items.
TWICKENHAM Stoop yw cartref rownd derfynol 7 Bob Ochr yr Uwch Gynghrair, ac am y tro cyntaf bydd rhanbarthau Cymru yn rhan o'r ornest.
1) Stoop (S), which involved adopting a non-neutral (static) stooped posture with a trunk inclination of 30[degrees],
News Her show, Talk Stoop With Cat Greenleaf, is moving to USA Network; she'll also host USA's daytime programming
THE Premiership Rugby 7s starts tonight at the Stoop with the four London clubs minus London Welsh in action at the Stoop, writes Graham Woods.
Stoop and colleagues show "a; significant 55% improvement in screening participation with CT colonography over I colonoscopy, which is a crucial component to the overall sucecess of a screening program," said Dr.