scored joint

scribed joint

1. See coped joint.
2. A masonry joint in which a thin line has been cut in the face of the mortar between bricks after it has been smoothed with a metal tool.
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Hull Trains and Heathrow Express scored joint first with 97 per cent, with Grand Central and Merseyrail also making the top five.
SABIC scored joint 18th position in the report, which evaluates and ranks the transparency of corporate reporting by the largest 124 publicly-listed companies in 25 countries.
"We all take professional examinations mainly to develop and to show professional capability and proficiency, but to get a letter telling me I scored joint fifth in the world, from more than 4,000 candidates is fantastic."
YES: Has scored joint highest number of goals from a midfielder this term.
A case of well done, too, for special school Orret's Meadow primary in Moreton, Wirral, which has scored joint first place for ``value added'' - the category introduced only last year to measure how much individual pupils have improved during their time at a particular school.
Cheshire's social services department scored joint second in the region with a two star rating, placing it in the top quarter of the country.
More than 30,000 patients took part and in May results showed Hinchingbrooke, near Huntingdon, Cambs, scored joint highest.