from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A printed program or card enabling a spectator to identify players and record the progress of a game or competition.
- n. A small card used to record one's own performance in sports such as golf.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a printed card allowing spectators of a game to identify players and record progress
- n. a card used to record one's scores
- n. a tabular representation of the most important statistics of an innings or match
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (golf) a record of scores (as in golf)
It's the player's responsibility to ensure his scorecard is accurate before he signs it.
To understand the arc of history Stevens has witnessed, you need only know that one of the artifacts in his office is a scorecard from the famous 1932 World Series game, when Yankees 'slugger Babe Ruth, playing the Chicago Cubs in their home park, pointed to center field and then hit a home run there.
While most other programs from that era fetch $2,000 or so, the 1919 Chicago scorecard is valued at about $5,000 or more, he says.
And even though the scorecard is not the only criteria that Wal-Mart will use when making purchasing decisions, it has gotten the attention of the brand owners and I think the program offers a couple of long-term benefits as the consumer becomes more and more savvy about the issue of sustainability.
Is it bad to be one of the most abortion friendly senators and to receive a 100% scorecard from the abortion lobby?
The scorecard is as follows: David Leveaux, who has worked frequently in New York over the last decade, directs Tennessee Williams's "Glass Menagerie," with Jessica Lange as Amanda Wingfield.
The scorecard is clear: John Kerry is a person of good faith who deserves the backing of religious voters.
Sufuyan Ojeifo here analyses Yar'Adua's mid-term scorecard as evaluated by some senators
(Onie, for those of you who did not buy the souvernir scorecard, is my grandma's oldest sister, my great-aunt Leona.
The scorecard is accompanied by a column written by WSLC’s President Rick Bender.
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