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scamp

A mischievous, rascally child. Oh, Ada is a total scamp. She's been getting into all sorts of mischief since she was old enough to walk. You are such a scamp, Charlie! It's a good thing you're so darn cute!

scamp

(skæmp)
n. a small child. There are three little scamps at the door saying, “Trick or treat!”
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Scamp beat out 18 other contestants who showed off their droopy tongues, bowed legs, perpetually confused looks and other strange attributes.
Ron Scamp with his huge variety of daffodils, at Penrose farm, Maenporth, Cornwall.
The vessel captain dedicated the last few days of each trip (trips ranged between five and nine days) to collecting samples, when he would retain all legal and sublegal size fish of vermilion snapper, red porgy, and scamp. The sampling locations were selected by the captain as part of his normal fishing routine.
Hours later, Janet, 59, a social housing worker, from Mitchel Troy near Monmouth, was delighted to find a picture of Scamp on the pound's website.
SCAMPs are software-programmable vision chips that integrate an image sensor and processor array capable of performing more than one billion (a.k.a., giga) instructions per second.
However, with all these communications capabilities available in a portable package, an overwhelming number of SCAMP terminals have not accessed a satellite since fielded units received new equipment training.
This project was supported by SCAMP and NSF grants DEB-0317217 and IBN-0444163.
Speed to Capability Approval, Management and Planning Process (SCAMP).
Use NSN 4030-01-467-4737 to get the latch kit for the hook block assembly on the 4-ton self-propelled SCAMP crane.
"Fuddy" has garnered more attention than it otherwise might have as the opening gambit of Sam Mendes' Scamp in Film & Theater Ltd., the Oscar-winning director's new producing venture, which has various partners onboard for the West End run.
The advertiser's defence that the word implied 'rogue scamp' when in reference to a child was accepted by the industry watchdog, reports Sky News.
Two case studies are detailed at pertinent places throughout the book to illustrate this guidance: the ACUBO 20/20 Initiative and the Cornell University Student Communication and Mailing Project (SCAMP).
Hendrickson, a sloe-eyed fox, bounded about like an irrepressible scamp, ever one step ahead of any foolish attempts to contain or restrain his appetite for life and art.
Then they punished themselves further by transferring their attention and hence the trappings of power to another glad-handing silver-haired scamp, a fellow bubba-boomer--our new Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.
Scamp, who works with Wolverhampton Council's trading standards team, was named the Institute's Hero in the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) Hero Awards 2019.