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Things scoring often describes (“scoring ________”)
students, subjects, men, group, women, individuals, system, game, groups, children, ace, games, systems, schools, test, machine, pilot, team, models, method, tests, process, methods, model, institutions, items, subject, males, essays, boys, pairs, alignment, sheets, countries, candidates, essay, applicants, procedures, single, opportunities, techniques, machines, persons, procedure, sheet, player, patients, woman, device, services, teams, girls, matches, sequences, females, match, segments, aces, student, record, affair, service, double, board, technique, individual, program, programs, devices, pilots, card, keys, counterparts, instrument, players, companies, lessons, seniors, participants, teachers, algorithm

How scoring often is described (“________ scoring”)
holistic, high, objective, original, visual, available, low, numerical, computerized, subjective, final, automated, orchestral, quantitative, accurate, rorschach, deep, self, individual, actual, automatic, adult, musical, highest, point, test, analytic, reliable, fetal, best, rapid, clinical, formal, simple, heavy, based, partial, standard, hand, immediate, initial, easy, dichotomous, dynamic, correct, qualitative, independent, traditional, manual, weighted, double, consistent, developmental, quick, overall, multiple, conventional, vocal, reverse, subsequent, positive, standardized, structural, blind, expert, pelvic, instant, differential, negative, medium, coronary, scale, electronic, lowest, detailed

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See scoring used in context: 44 rhymes, several books and articles.

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