Scout-out sentence example

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  • If you are looking for unique clothing items, including Christmas gowns, then scout out stores before the sales begin.

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  • They were supposed to get up early so that Alex could help her scout out a trail before church.

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  • We'd better get up if we're going to scout out that trail before we go to church.

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  • Carmen was telling Katie about the new customers and mentioned that the morning storm had interrupted their plans to scout out a trail.

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  • I'll take you up to the mountain to scout out a safe trail.

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  • The weekend before her guests were scheduled to arrive, they finally found the time to scout out a trail.

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  • Next, scout out all the big box retailers that carry ammo and food.

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  • You can always scout out malls for discounts at stores like Sunglass Hut and even department stores like Macy's and Dillard's for a good deal.

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  • Going into this mode pauses the game and gives you an overhead shot of the action, allowing you to scout out terrain and find possible flanking routes.

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  • You can scout out a few to identify the ones that seem to have the most positions listed for your field of interest, or schedule time to have a thorough look at each one, applying for jobs as you go.

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  • If you're a true fan, you can scout out eBay or even garage sales to see if someone is willing to part with any previous Kenya Moore swimsuit calendars and other paraphernalia.

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  • You probably won't find any daring swimsuits that reveal more than they conceal at your local department store, but scout out beachwear and surf shops for specialty apparel.

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  • There are a number of Christian dating services to choose from, so if you don't find your Mr. or Mrs. Right at one, hop over to another and scout out the profiles there.

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  • Basic items, like backpacks, pens, pencils, rulers and notebooks are on almost every list, making it easy to scout out freebies early.

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  • Stop by any large toy retailer and scout out their selection of teddys until you find one you can't live without.

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  • For the thrifty, flea markets and garage sales can be great places to scout out cross stitch patterns and kits, especially those of the vintage variety.

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