scoring test

scoring test

[′skȯr·iŋ ‚test]
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Pet owners can easily conduct a body-condition scoring test at home by using their hands to estimate the amount of fat on their pet's abdomen, spine and ribs.
I don't want to pretend that scoring Test runs is an easy thing.
They're very similar: both are capable of scoring Test match hundreds and their glovework is good enough at this level.
There is no better feeling than scoring Test hundreds and, if you could do it every day, you would.
There is no better feeling than scoring Test hundreds; if you could do it every day you would.
There is no better feeling than scoring Test hundreds and if you could do it every day, you would.
1970 Colin Cowdrey broke all records for scoring Test cricket runs when he notched up 7,250.
The other test is a coronary calcium scoring test, which uses the new super-fast CT scanners to measure the calcium build-up in your coronary arteries.
Lawry also believes that this is going to be a high scoring Test series and added that the team scoring more would have a better chance of winning the Test series.
Those recent memories of scoring Test hundreds is something I will use to help me here and hopefully I will get a score, but if I don't, I'm not going to panic about it.
There's no better feeling than scoring Test hundreds, you'd do it every day if you could.