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For he was resolved to better his losing score of that day.
Yet the total score was adjudged in favor of Clifton.
Elwyn the Welshman was to precede him; and his score was no whit better than Geoffrey's.
The score is tied, my lord," said the Queen; "we have still to see Gilbert and Robin Hood.
And then from behind him broke a hideous bedlam of savage war cries and a score of shrieking blacks were upon them.
We cannot entertain a doubt on that score now," was the reply.
Walnut (19-6-1) tied the score in the 55th minute on a Brittany Seamen goal, and had several quality opportunities thereafter.
A statistical analysis of the LiONiL pre and post-test scores was conducted after the inaugural semester in spring 2004 to measure the efficacy of the tutorial.
Unfortunately, it seems to be the "norm" that most musicians first encounter open scores during the years of college study in a keyboard skills class.
For the past three years, New Jersey's Department of Banking and Insurance has put a major emphasis on educating consumers in financial matters--not just insurance scoring, but fraud identity, banking credit scores, and maintaining a good credit rating to secure the best interest rates on loans.
Put simply, white and black children with similar personal and family background characteristics achieved similar test scores (see Figure 1).
Alternatively phrased, score on an item must be a function of_ only, not a function of score on any other item or a function of any other trait.