Only two years ago did it begin mandatory “youth protection training” for scouting volunteers.
The couturier famously traveled the world on scouting trips, looking to draw design inspiration from sundry cultures.
And what does the street-style photographer like best about scouting out fashion?
Most of the files describe an individual with no logical reason to be interested in scouting, Kosnoff said.
The couple apparently visited the royal chateau in January when they were scouting locations for the big day.
The three calvary men were out on a scouting expedition, to learn if the boomers were in the vicinity of the river.
All the same we had a very busy day, scouting and occupying kopjes.
That meant that they would encounter its scouting foragers rather than working-parties.
There was not much to tell; surveying, scouting, despatch-bearing.
For want of scouting parties ahead, the advance parties were suddenly and warmly attacked.
late 14c., "observe or explore as a scout, travel in search of information," from Old French escouter "to listen, heed" (Modern French écouter), from Latin auscultare "to listen to, give heed to" (see auscultate). Related: Scouted; scouting.
"to reject with scorn," 1710, earlier "to mock" (c.1600), of Scandinavian origin (cf. Old Norse skuta, skute "to taunt"), probably from a source related to shout (v.). Related: Scouted; scouting; scoutingly.
"person who scouts, one sent out to gain information," 1550s, from scout (v.1). Boy Scout is from 1908. Scout's honor attested from 1908.