Score

Score or scorer may refer to:

  • Test score, the result of an exam
  • A groove cut into a surface in engineering
  • A joining technique in pottery
  • Score, slang for sexual intercourse and other sexual activities
  • Bauer Inverness, formally Score Inverness, a former radio company
  • Scorefile, a file used by some Usenet newsreader programs

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