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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.
The 68-yard play closed the score to 23-20 with over 10 minutes to go.
This “camouflage skill” allows him to take on scores of enemies stealthily.
She got perfect scores on everything she turned in for the first four weeks.
He has ordered the Postal Service to report daily data on ballot performance scores and to provide written explanations each day for underperforming districts.
The team then examined how these multitasking scores related to their posterior alpha waves and pupil diameters measured during the lab memory task.

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