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the score

The complete, accurate details of a situation; what is really happening or expected to happen. Okay, everyone knows the score, right? We get in, get the money, and get out—no one inside gets hurt, do you understand?
See also: score
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Dolokhov was no longer listening to stories or telling them, but followed every movement of Rostov's hands and occasionally ran his eyes over the score against him.
At last the company targets were decided, and Tepus, as was expected, led the score, having made six exact centers in succession.
In a moment the blacks had scattered for their lives, but of the score that had crept down the grassy sides of the promontory only a single warrior managed to escape the horde that had overwhelmed his people.
Before sitting down to it, he opens his corner- cupboard door; takes his bit of chalk from its shelf; adds one thick line to the score, extending from the top of the cupboard door to the bottom; and then falls to with an appetite.
Walnut (19-6-1) tied the score in the 55th minute on a Brittany Seamen goal, and had several quality opportunities thereafter.
He further recommended reading through each passage silently and utilizing inner hearing processes to gain a sense of the overall sound of a passage, pointing out that this process may be aided if there is a recording of the score available for listening.
Since the level of interest is being measured and since the higher the score the less interest is shown by the respondent, the accurate scoring of this item should be reversed.
Information used to calculate the score includes payment history, bankruptcies and collections, credit history and type of credit in use.
We studied the relationship between the chronic disease score and surgical site infection and whether the score can supplement the NNIS risk index.
The score for each of the Ambulatory Care Parameters can be tracked over time.
Megan Urquico gave the Knights the early lead, before Ventura tied the score with four minutes remaining in regulation to force overtime.
Level 3: Subjective language is used to discriminate between some of the score categories.
For a fee, consumers who buy the basic service receive a copy of their Equifax credit report and Fair, Isaac's explanation of what the score means and how key variables are influencing it.
One flaw in the new formula is that it provides a strong incentive for states to lower the score students must exceed on their state tests in order to achieve "proficiency.