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Special Claim on Residual Equity (SCORE)

A certificate that entitles the owner to the capital appreciation of an underlying security, but not to the dividend income from the security.

Score

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 20 pounds.
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Ness finds that all his life he has been fighting the same old wars and now it's time to settle old scores on the album's noisy and rambunctious closer, "Still Alive.
David Hood, public relations for William Hill, said: "The public have witnessed the various electioneering for more than a month now and so, with less than a week to go to May 6, what better way to settle old scores than on a racetrack from Britain's third most popular spectator sport?
It's because we want to win the league, not settle old scores," he added.
The settlement expansion plans] show nothing but a desperate attempt by Israel to settle old scores following one humiliating defeat after another," Aboutorabi-Fard added.
But a military clash with Hizbullah would allow Israel to settle old scores with the Iran-backed party and show the international public once and for all who pulls the strings in this part of the world," Shoucair said.
The England midfielder wants Chelsea to concentrate on the prize of a place in the final rather than trying to settle old scores with Rafa Benitez's men.
Yet working off the leads of informers -- some of them ex-Nazis out to settle old scores -- Mr.
The law is also being used by some to settle old scores by informing on those with more than two children.
Hitler's SS also "struck to eliminate rivals, to settle old scores, and, above all, to leave their mark.
In the early nineteenth-century there were few better ways to settle old scores than hurling sexual insults at one's antagonists.
During rehearsals some of the ex-miners were, apparently, a bit overeager to settle old scores when faced once again by rows of police uniforms.