SCORD

AcronymDefinition
SCORDStanding Committee on Regional Development (Australia)
SCORDSociety for Community Organisation and Rural Development (Tamil Nadu, India)
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New Delhi [India], Dec 4 ( ANI ): In an attempt to tackle smuggling, the Central government has approved Anti-Smuggling National Coordination Centre (SCord) under the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI).
But the pattern of play soon reverted to that of the first half with Ellis scoring a very similar try to his first and then 15 minutes before the end Grant Jones took a high kick by his own 22 metre line and managed to beat every attempt to tackle him and scord an exceptional try.
John Francis made a superb 120 and former rugby international Justin Thomas scord 30, while Glyn Harry took 4-41 for Brecon.
Batting first, Bohra Boys scord 114 runs for six wickets in 16 overs with Yusuf K (24 runs) ad Hatim (two wickets) inspiring the victors.
Mexican Carlos Vela scord a brilliant hat-trick, Nicklas Bendtner and scored twice while 16-year-old Jack Wilshere was also on target.
On the other hand, the meetings of Ministers and bureaucrats (through the Standing Committee on Regional Development or SCORD) yielded good working relations and some valuable joint work on issues such as skills shortages.
He was overshadowed by another debut-maker, Prince Alex Obolensky, who scord the other two tries.
Oxford recovered enough of their composure to register a goal of their own Steve Basham scord from a James Hunt corner.
THE BEST: The Lexus LS430 scored maximum points; JOINT LAST: The Suzuki Ignis scord only 35 points
Louis, Missouri, So scord 5.5 points and likewise bested the field in the Dinquefield Cup.
Rachel Steinberg scord four goals, and Oregon outshot Long Island University 40-17 on the way to a 16-6 victory in a women's college lacrosse game at Pape Field on Saturday.