marking, grading, scoringnoun
evaluation of performance by assigning a grade or score
"what he disliked about teaching was all the grading he had to do"
The process of keeping score in a sport or contest.
The scoring of a tennis match is overseen by a single referee.
The process of winning points in a sport or contest.
Scoring a basket in basketball is worth two or three points.
The action of scratching paper or other material to make it easier to fold.
Of something or someone that scores.
The highest scoring team will win the match.
Scoring in cricket matches involves citing two facts, the number of runs scored by each team and the number of wickets each has lost. These are the basic figures likely to be quoted in a media report on a match completed or still in progress. Overall the number of runs scored is generally the most important figure because the team that scores the most runs wins; the number of wickets lost shows how many wickets the bowling team has to get to end the batting team's innings. In making a judgement at any point in a game about which team is more likely to win, other factors would be taken into account, such as the number of overs or the time remaining, the state of the pitch, or even the weather.
The numerical value of scoring in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of scoring in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Watching that last debate, folks seemed more concerned about scoring points or outdoing each other with wish-list economics than making sure Americans know we hear their voices and will help their lives.
The penalties are always a lottery, you never know what will happen but our team showed more experience and we showed it by scoring all the penalties, a fantastic night for us.
You never try to get in a battle with another team, we’re trying to keep things low scoring. I think when you have two teams that are very similar, the way they want to play and the way we want to play clashes sometimes. I think we’re both very similar teams trying to get get pucks deep and get our D involved, hard-nosed and simple, so I think it was just one of those weird ones that turned out that way.
Once he went to Green Bay, he got serious about his legacy and he went to the next level, when he went back to Oakland for his last few years, he was still one of the best. He was making splash plays like scoring touchdowns and making sacks.
Start a conversation with someone with whom you have “nothing in common” and no possibility of scoring with, networking with, or even seeing again. In other words, a conversation just for the civilized hell of it.
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