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scorecard

(skor′kard″)
Any method used to evaluate personal or institutional performance, e.g., the compliance of health care professionals with known standards of care, or the satisfaction of patients with their health care experiences.
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The detailed report we created using the Scorebook Navigator software provides a five-month jump start on our OFI training over the "official" report-a significant advantage in improving NWI's performance ahead of other applicants still waiting for their results," said Leach.
Another notable member mentioned in the scorebook is Billy Murdoch, a highly-rated batsman who later became captain of Australia.
Some statistics (FGA, FG, FTA, FT) are found in the official scorebook.
There are several pagination sequences in the volume, revealing that the scorebook was assembled from separate fascicles, some of which were once part of much larger sources.
But whatever the scorebook says this evening, Liam Plunkett thinks they can claim a moral victory.
Keeping a scorebook during a baseball game - even with their customized system of slashes, dashes and corresponding dots - continues a terrific hieroglyphic tradition that uniquely connects fans with the sport at the park, by TV or from radio.
5 Chambers barrister Richard Moat was spotted in an interesting dual role umpiring at square league with the match scorebook.
What followed makes comfortable reading in the scorebook for Australia and Hughes, as he and stand-in opener McDonald (69no) put on an unbroken stand.
After holding Junction City scoreless for the first 7:23 of the game, Stayton was hit with a technical foul for using a player whose number was entered into the official scorebook incorrectly.
Michael, from Grangetown, Cardiff, also added two new GCSE A* grades and five As to his scorebook yesterday.
A bunch of us would invariably be huddled next to the official scorer sitting square of the wicket -- keeping an eye on his scorebook to keep a tab on the mode of dismissal of each batsmen, fall of wickets and even the aACAylives'.
LEOMINSTER -- Mayson Williams had to smile when he checked the scorebook at the end of the game.