So the results of the Scopes primary are in, and they are, in a way, not surprising.
In July 1925, the town hosted the Scopes Monkey Trial, a landmark case in the history of creationism.
The Scopes Trial was a formative moment for modern creationism.
As everyone knows, Scopes lost the case in 1926 and the prohibition against teaching evolution remained in force.
The Scopes law was explicitly aimed at what children could be taught.
He turned to the instrument console, checking the myriad of dials, gauges and Scopes.
Our 'Scopes on the Cometara had not been able to locate the projectile.
Lot of these guys like to get their Scopes mounted just before they leave.
The statement does not claim to be scientific; I mean that there were no 'meters or 'Scopes of any kind used.
Were these Scopes and mounts purchased from the same source as the rifle itself?
"extent," 1530s, "room to act," from Italian scopo "aim, purpose, object, thing aimed at, mark, target," from Latin scopus, from Greek skopos "aim, target, watcher," from PIE *spek- "to observe" (cf. Sanskrit spasati "sees;" Avestan spasyeiti "spies;" Greek skopein "behold, look, consider," skeptesthai "to look at;" Latin specere "to look at;" Old High German spehhon "to spy," German spähen "to spy"). Sense of "distance the mind can reach, extent of view" first recorded c.1600.
"instrument for viewing," 1872, abstracted from telescope, microscope, etc., from Greek skopein "to look" (see scope (n.1)). Earlier used as a shortening of horoscope (c.1600).
"to view," 1807, from the source of scope (n.2). Related: Scoped; scoping.