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- n. Plural form of score.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of score.
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- n. a large number or amount
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Some of these people, the ones I work with, must have I.Q. scores that are a standard deviation off the mark or something. * not that I place much faith on I.Q. scores* but I mean I've been teaching teacher's how to teach science, for the better part of 2 years, and I see no progress, I'm such a crutch.
But hey, they're better looking than Delgo, so the title scores some deserved points from me.
YOUMANS: Right now, Ms. Lafave, based on the charges against her, she -- what we call scores prison time, so her charges require some prison time.
He talked about the fact that the declaration fails to address what he called scores of questions.
It comes as no surprise that the extreme right is more turbocharged than ever in scores of European post-industrial cities which used to be center-left; that's certainly the case of Wilders in Rotterdam, Le Pen in Marseille, Strache in Vienna and Akesson in Malmo.
The Sonata was the overall winner when we combined scores from the family and six auto writers.
Conlin scores with his support for moving forward in a responsible way.
I would include both the scores and the change in scores over time.
It ran, as these releases always do, in scores of media outlets that reach a very wide spectrum of society.
Next week, Illinois will release a report card on all public school districts, but West Aurora School District 129 already has released data showing a slip in scores for 2009 compared to the previous year.
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