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1. in. to succeed. I knew if I kept trying I could score.
2. tv. & in. to obtain something; to obtain drugs or sex. (Very close to sense 1) Fred is always trying to score with women.
3. n. the result of a scoring: drugs, loot, winnings, etc. The crooks dropped the score as they made their getaway.
4. in. [for a male] to copulate with a female; [for a female] to copulate with a male. (Usually objectionable.) Fred can’t think about anything but scoring with Martha.
5. n. the client of a male or female prostitute. She conked the score over the head and robbed him.
6. n. a summary; a conclusion; the sum total. (see also bottom line.) Okay, waiter, what’s the score?
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The analysis of post-test scores revealed that students who had classroom instruction performed better and felt more confident about using library skills than students who completed an online tutorial with or without assistance.
While his suggestions are indeed valid, particularly for the highly trained pianist, below are some even more concrete tools for helping less experienced students successfully process and perform open scores.
Each company has to set up a phone number that consumers can call if they question their score or if they have a life circumstance--such as a death in the family or a major crisis--that is the reason for the lower score, she said.
Adjusting the test scores for these characteristics one at a time allows us to isolate the effects of each one.
The scores will be user-friendly, practical working scores, not carbo-heavy, library-use-only scores," says Matjias, who received a university grant that provides resources and covers travel expenses for the project.
Although white students, on average, had higher science scores than black or Hispanic students, the white students in 12th grade scored lower on the 2000 assessment than the same subgroup in 1996.
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Importantly, even when traditional risk factors are taken into account, differences in coronary calcium scores can still help predict future heart disease," Arad says.
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As shown in figure 3, page 18, the weighted combined scores for the 10 Ambulatory Care Parameters form the Program Quality Index (PQI).
Vantage developed IntelliMetric[TM], which administers and scores responses to open-ended questions over the Internet using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
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81 for items measuring interest were lower when compared to the mean scores for importance.
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