Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of scorecard.

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Examples

  • Leaderboard and scorecards from the PGA Tour, Champions,

    USATODAY.com

  • Manning the scorecards was a group of top-ranking Tiffany executives, including Andrew Heyward, president of CBS News, and Susan Zirinsky, executive producer of 48 Hours.

    Interns Tell CBS Brass How They'd Fix News

  • Manning the scorecards was a group of top-ranking Tiffany executives, including Andrew Heyward, president of CBS News, and Susan Zirinsky, executive producer of 48 Hours.

    Interns Tell CBS Brass How They'd Fix News

  • PHILLIPS: The Bush -- or the book, rather, also quotes Bush as being obsessed with "scorecards" and "body counts."

    CNN Transcript Sep 29, 2006

  • Most companies were uncertain about the "scorecards" to be used in the mining charter to measure the level of black empowerment involvement.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Two new risk "scorecards" for banks would be established: one for large institutions, with between $10 billion and $50 billion in assets, and the other for "highly complex" institutions

    Signs of the Times

  • Two new risk "scorecards" for banks would be established: one for large institutions, with between $10 billion and $50 billion in assets, and the other for "highly complex" institutions

    The Seattle Times

  • Two new risk "scorecards" for banks would be established: one for large institutions, with between $10 billion and $50 billion in assets, and the other for "highly complex" institutions

    Fore, right!

  • Two new risk "scorecards" for banks would be established: one for large institutions, with between US$10 billion and $50 billion in assets, and the other for "highly complex" institutions - defined as insured banks with more than $50 billion in assets that are owned by a parent company with assets exceeding $500 billion.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • Two new risk "scorecards" for banks would be established: one for large institutions, with between US$10 billion and $50 billion in assets, and the other for "highly complex" institutions - defined as insured banks with more than $50 billion in assets that are owned by a parent company with assets exceeding $500 billion.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

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