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SCOREService Corps Of Retired Executives
SCORESearch Company Reports
SCORESchools of California Online Resources for Education
SCORESystematic Coronary Risk Evaluation (cardiology)
SCORESikh Council on Religion and Education
SCOREStove for Cooking, Refrigeration, and Electricity (Biomass-to-energy poverty project; University of Nottingham, UK)
SCORESupplier Cost Reduction Effort
SCORESupport of Continuous Research Excellence
SCOREStanding Committee on Research Exchange
SCORESingapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises
SCOREStockholm Centre for Organizational Research
SCORESouth Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement
SCORESignal Communication by Orbiting Relay Equipment
SCORESolution for Compliance in a Regulated Environment (IBM)
SCORESolar Convection and Oscillations and Their Relationship
SCORESafety Critical, Object Oriented, Real Time Embedded (software design tools)
SCOREStream Computations Organized for Reconfigurable Execution
SCORESummary of Current Offshore Rig Economics
SCORESouthern California Off Road Enthusiasts
SCORESpinal Cord Opportunities for Rehabilitation Endowment
SCOREService of Coordinated Operational Emergency & Rescue Using EGNOS
SCORESME Collaborative Research
SCOREStateless Core
SCORESymbolic Computation Research Group (Japan)
SCORESuzuki Cappuccino Owners Register for Enthusiasts
SCORESouth Central Organization of Researchers and Educators
SCORESelf-Coherence Restoral (beamforming)
SCOREStudent Course Online Registration Engine
SCORESwiss Clinicians Opting for Research
SCORESouthern California Off-shore Range
SCORESchools Cooperative Opportunities for Resources and Education
SCORESanta Cruz Online Reality Education
SCORESales and Customer Service Occupational Readiness Education
SCORESelf-Contained Off-World Residential Environment
SCOREScope, Cost and Risk Evaluation
SCOREStudent Community for Outreach Retention and Excellence
SCOREService Code Online Report
SCORESIGINT Classification Of Recognized Emitters
SCOREStrengths, Challenges, Opportunities, Risks and Expectations (analysis)
SCORESatellite Cost Reduction System (NASA)
SCORESpace Communications for Orbiting Relay Equipment
SCORESecurity Consensus for Operational Readiness Evaluation (SANS/GIAC and the Center for Internet Security)
SCOREScientific Committee on Ocean Research Satellite Equipment
SCORESelective Conversion & Retention Program
SCORESOUTHCOM Relocation Effort
SCORESouthern Company Operating and Relaying Engineers
SCORESymptoms, Causes, Outcomes, Resources and Effects (model)
SCORESupporting Cooperation for Research and Education (University of Turin; Italy)
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I heard of your marriage, Cathy, not long since; and, while waiting in the yard below, I meditated this plan - just to have one glimpse of your face, a stare of surprise, perhaps, and pretended pleasure; afterwards settle my score with Hindley; and then prevent the law by doing execution on myself.
They were standing head to head, or walking to and fro across the ground in couples, or rocking and swaying all by themselves-- scores and scores of elephants.
A true saying," rejoined the other, "but first tell me, friend--for I protest you are my friend henceforth--what is the score we have to settle?
And so it was that a score of the fleetest and most doughty warriors of the tribe set out in pursuit of Korak and Akut but a few minutes after they had left the scene of The Killer's many depredations.
I have a dim memory of the foot of a Martian coming down within a score of yards of my head, driving straight into the loose gravel, whirling it this way and that and lifting again; of a long suspense, and then of the four carry- ing the debris of their comrade between them, now clear and then presently faint through a veil of smoke, receding interminably, as it seemed to me, across a vast space of river and meadow.
Scores of persons have deliriously found themselves made parties in Jarndyce and Jarndyce without knowing how or why; whole families have inherited legendary hatreds with the suit.
The scene you are witnessing now is but a repetition of what I have seen enacted a score of times during the fifteen years I have been a prisoner here.
Be easy on that score, doctor, and trust to your two body-guards.
So, after having paid their score, the messenger, with the Tinker striding beside his nag, started back to Nottingham again.
Dolokhov was no longer listening to stories or telling them, but followed every movement of Rostov's hands and occasionally ran his eyes over the score against him.
Do not fear on that score," replied the girl, smiling.
This, however, as I hoped, proved the undoing of him, for he now hit out confidently at everything, and with his score at nine I beat him with my shooter.