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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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Chicago broke the game up, scoring two runs in the top of the sixth and four runs in the top of the seventh.
Researchers found that the actual average FICO fee-based credit score obtained from Experian is not statistically different from the free FAKO score obtained from MSN Money website, which also uses a similar scoring methodology as Experian.
Sisters 62, Stayton 12: Cory McCaffrey scored five TDs, including runs of 92 yards and 77 yards, and Jarred Hasskamp threw three scoring passes to spark the host Outlaws.
Derella, President and CEO of the Kingstar Company and past president of the Professional Insurance Agents of America, said that while credit scoring is used by most insurers, the names they use for different categories of risk need to be standardized.
"A lot of the kids who were scoring ones and twos at the beginning of the class were posting threes and fours by the end of it," adds Bosserman.
As already demonstrated for children with IQ scores in the normal range, kids scoring near 70 lose an average of nearly 6 points when administered a renormed test, Kanaya's team reports in the October American Psychologist.
--32-processor SPECompMpeak2001: SGI Altix (with 32 Itanium 2 processors at 1.5GHz) delivered a leading score of 25,817, a 71 percent improvement over a 32p HP Superdome on 875MHx PA-RISC scoring 15,025.
Pechiney, formerly the plastic packaging operations of American National Can, has used straight-line laser scoring to make opening film packaging since the mid-1980s.
Results from the IEA tests place the United States in the middle of the pack internationally, scoring well below the average of the highest-performing countries--Singapore, Korea, Japan, Belgium, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, and Austria.
When Edison took the school over in 1998, it was the lowest scoring elementary school in San Francisco.
This report compares students scores on the 2001 Delaware Student Testing Program (DSTP) with scores on the 2000 DSTP using the new scoring rules for writing.
The scoring was based on a five-point scale, with one being the most severe.