Examples of scorecard in a Sentence
I always like to keep a scorecard when I watch a baseball game.
The candidate rates highly on the magazine's legislative scorecard.
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On one scorecard, Alvarez won 118-110, while the other two had it much closer, with one going 115-113 for GGG and the other at 114-114.
The number of Japanese companies in the Fortune Global 500, a scorecard for big business, has dropped from 149 in 1995 to 51.
The report card, or the 50-state scorecard, is a project by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts that uses recent data to compare Texas against the other 49 states.
For me Richie's voice also triggers other incidents that followed like tally marks on a sadistic mental scorecard.
Immediately after the fight, Byrd’s 118-110 scorecard was called into question given the closeness of the bout.
From personal wages, taxes and education, the scorecard gives a detailed look at what needs improvement — or doesn't — in the Lone Star State.
Instead, Jacobs overcame a fourth-round knockdown and gave Golovkin his toughest test as champion, losing the bout by two points on two judges’ scorecards and one point on the third.
The employee scorecard represented both carrot and stick.
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