score

A pressed mark in a sheet of paper or card to make folding cleaner and easier.

SCORE

Stratified Charge Omnivorous Rotary Engine
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Score

• (v. i.) To make or count a point or points, as in a game; to tally. • (v. i.) To keep the score in a game; to act as scorer. • (v. i.) To run up a score, or account of dues. • (n.) A line drawn; a groove or furrow. • (n.) Account; reason; motive; sake; behalf. • (v. t.) To mark with lines, scratches, or notches; to c...
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SCORE

(from the article `aerospace industry`) ...the programs were later translated into new government and commercial remote sensing applications, primarily for atmospheric, weather, and ... The first satellite to relay messages between Earth stations was the U.S. government`s Project SCORE, launched December 18, 1958. Circling Earth in a .....
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(from the article `boxing`) A referee is stationed inside the ring with the boxers and regulates the bout. In some jurisdictions the referee scores the contest along with two ...
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(from the article `numerals and numeral systems`) ...in a year, ounces in a pound (troy weight or apothecaries` weight), and twice 12 hours in a day, and both the dozen and the gross measure by ...
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score

(skor) a rating, usually expressed numerically, based on specific achievement or the degree to which certain qualities are manifest.
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score

1. A notch or incision; especially, one that is made as a tally mark; hence, a mark, or line, made for the purpose of account. 'Whereas, before, our forefathers had no other books but the score and the tally, thou hast caused printing to be used.' (Shak) ... 2. An account or reckoning; account of dues; bill; hence, indebtedness. 'He parted well, an...
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Score

1. The number of strokes taken on a hole or course (see also the chart of scores and their names) 2
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score

verb assign a grade or rank to, according to one`s evaluation; `grade tests`; `score the SAT essays`; `mark homework`
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SCORE

(Signal Corps Orbiting Relay Experiment) An American satellite, nicknamed `Chatterbox,” that relayed the first voice communications from space. Its payload included an audio tape machine that broadcast messages, including a 58-word prerecorded Christmas message from Preside...
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Score

[game] In games, score refers to an abstract quantity associated with a player or team. Score is usually measured in the abstract unit of points, and events in the game can raise or lower the score of different parties. Most games with score use it as a quantitative indicator of success in the game, and in competitive games, a goal is often...
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[Geo TV] == Segments == === Baarwhan Khiladi === On selection committees and their decisions, who drop players on personal biases, commenting upon their criterion and looking for reasons and justifications. === Oopper Neechay === Showing top ten international players’ lists in various popular genres of sports. === Cricket Plus === Cricket...
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[satellite] Project SCORE (Signal Communications by Orbiting Relay Equipment) was the world’s first communications satellite. Launched aboard an American Atlas rocket on December 18, 1958, SCORE provided a first test of a communications relay system in space, as well as the first successful use of the Atlas as a launch vehicle. It capture...
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[software] SCORE is a scorewriter program, written in FORTRAN for DOS by Professor Leland Smith. It has a reputation for producing very high-quality results, though considered by some people somewhat difficult to learn. It was widely used in engraving during the 1980s and 1990s, although it still has not appeared in a Windows version. It co...
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[Spain] SCORE was an English language general sports magazine printed in Madrid, Spain and distributed monthly along the Costa del Sol. The magazine adopted an Anglo-centric focus on all sports, offering coverage of the month`s top events, as well as a local focus. In later editions the magazine adopted a more humorous slant on the sporting...
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Score

[sport] In sport, score is a quantitative measure of the relative performance of opponents in a sporting discipline. Score is usually measured in the abstract unit of points, and events in the competition can raise or lower the score of the involved parties. Most games with score use it as a quantitative indicator of success in the game, an...
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Score

[statistics] ==Examples== ===Binary outcome model=== where p is the probability in the model to be estimated and S is the score. ==Applications== ===Scoring algorithm=== The scoring algorithm is an iterative method for numerically determining the maximum likelihood estimator. ===Score test=== ...
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[television] SCORE was the weekend sports service of the Financial News Network which aired sports-themed programming starting in 1985. It was renamed FNN Sports in 1990 when FNN decided to go with a 24-hour feed on weekdays. SCORE was forced to dissolve after CNBC bought out FNN in 1991. SCORE used a sports ticker or crawl to update scores...
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Score

Score (skōr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon scor twenty, from sceran , scieran , to shear, cut, divide; or rather the kindred Icelandic skor incision, twenty, akin to Danish skure a notch, Swedish skåra . See Shear .] 1. A notch or incision;...
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Score

Score intransitive verb 1. To keep the score in a game; to act as scorer. 2. To make or count a point or points, as in a game; to tally. 3. To run up a score, or account of dues.
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A batting side's score is expressed as a total of runs scored for wickets lost, e.g. 176 for 5 or 176-5. In Australia and New Zealand, this convention is often reversed - 5 for 176. The score for a completed innings is usually written simply as a total of runs - e.g. 355, rather than 355-10 or 355 all out.
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Score

A compilation of musical compositions specifically written to accompany the action of a film. The music often helps to set the mood of a scene but it also reflects the emotion and character of an entire production. Movie scores have been historically associated with this artistic genre since its inception. In the past, if theatres could afford an o...
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score

A group of 20 items. The word comes from the Old Norse skor for a heavy mark used to indicate a string of twenty smaller marks; skor, in turn, is descended from the Indo-European sker, for cutting or slicing. From about 1400, score was also the word for a record or an amount due – the total of...
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score

a twenty-pound note or, more-recently, a twenty-Euro note.
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