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noun as in marker

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This year, Hill has 36 carries for 186 yards and a touchdown plus six catches for 74 yards and another score.

The game was a blowout — Concordia Prep won by 53 points — so Kelly guessed Hayes was disappointed by the score.

Statespace partnered with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to develop a “Cognitive Combine,” giving players an overall score based on a wide range of skills outside of any specific game.

Some programs build entire orchestral scores around small bits of melody.

Then she compared the average reading scores from the two sets of classrooms.

Second and third: Neymar and Thiago Silva were absent, so Brazil had neither a goal-scorer on the night nor a notion of defense.

The points for each correct pick rise weekly, and at the end the top scorer will take home 80 percent of the $150 pool.

He told everyone he was going to come in and be the leading scorer as a freshman and that we'd all have to take a backseat to him.

The other is a Uruguayan goal-scorer named Luis Suárez, the star of Liverpool, perhaps the most storied team in England.

The top scorer was Rudy Giuliani (29 percent), who wound up losing every primary he entered.

"First substitute scorer," said Stover, according to Finnegan's theory.

These judges were to measure each performance, and give to the scorer the exact distance covered.

The scorer at the firing point then scores the shot as indicated by the marker.

At the expiration of the time limit the scorer will announce Time.

They had come on the run from the lower end of the grounds, the two teams, the umpire, and the scorer bringing up the rear.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scorer, such as: flag, gravestone, indicator, pole, stone, and tombstone.

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