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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscorecardscore‧card /ˈskɔːkɑːd $ ˈskɔːrkɑːrd/ noun [countable]  1 DGa printed card used by someone watching a sports match or race to record what happens2 a system that is used for checking or testing something
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scorecardA scorecard is the only record of the 1910 Leytonstone versus South Weald showpiece.An automatic scorecard tracks progress around the course.He suggests that companies should use a balanced scorecard which measures the following: Financial: How we look to our shareholders.See figure 2. linking performance measures via the balanced scorecard.Annual report, full scorecards, and records section.Not only did she shoot 75, she was disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard.Since the beginning of 1999 the scorecard is even more overwhelming.