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The **Score** Group - **Score**

**Score** specializes in photographs of women with large breasts, either naturally larger or augmented.

Glasgow-Blatchford **score** - **Score**

**Score** is equal to "0" if the following are all present:

Walk **Score** - Walk **Score**

Josh Herst, CEO of Walk Score, has stated that he wants Walk **Score** to be a part of every real-estate listing in the future. He envisions the Walk **Score** of a home to be as important as how many bedrooms or bathrooms the property has.

Walk **Score** - Walk **Score**

According to the site's creators, "The Walk **Score** algorithm awards points based on the distance to the closest amenity in each category. If the closest amenity in a category is within .25 miles (or .4 km), we assign the maximum number of points. The number of points declines as the distance approaches 1 mile (or 1.6 km)—no points are awarded for amenities farther than 1 mile. Each category is weighted equally and the points are summed and normalized to yield a **score** from 0–100. The number of nearby amenities is the leading predictor of whether people walk." Relevant amenities include "businesses, parks, theaters, schools and other common destinations."

Alvarado **score** - The **score**

The two most important factors, tenderness in the right lower quadrant and leukocytosis, are assigned two points, and the six other factors are assigned one point each, for a possible total **score** of ten points.

The high **score** of a video game is usually the highest logged point value. Many games will have a list of several high scores, called the high **score** table.

Batman (score) - Complete **score**

La-La Land Records released Danny Elfman's complete **score** to Batman on July 27, 2010.

Standard **score** - T-score

In educational assessment, T-score is a standard **score** Z shifted and scaled to have a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10.

Standard **score** - T-score

In bone density measurements, the T-score is the standard **score** of the measurement compared to the population of healthy 30-year-old adults.

Note that s is a function of \theta and the observation, so that, in general, it is not a statistic. However, in certain applications, such as the **score** test, the **score** is evaluated at a specific value of \theta (such as a null-hypothesis value), in which case the result is a statistic. Intuitively, if the restricted estimator is near the maximum of the likelihood function, the **score** should not differ from zero by more than sampling error. In 1948, C. R. Rao first proved that the square of the **score** divided by the information matrix follows an asymptotic χ 2 -distribution under the null hypothesis.

Game **score** - Maximum **score**

The absolute maximum possible **score** requires the extremely unlikely scenario in which three base runners reach base each inning on wild pitches or passed balls on third strikes. If this were to happen such that no one scored, and the pitcher recorded all outs by strikeout, a pitcher could theoretically record six strikeouts per inning, and thus 54 for the game, netting him 54 points in addition to the 87 he would have received as described above, for a total of 141.

Walk **Score** - Walk **Score**

The company's flagship product is the Walk Score, a walkability index and the namesake of the company. Walk **Score** is a type of automated efficiency model focused on location efficiency. The company serves more than four million scores per day to over ten thousand participating websites. A Walk **Score** may be assigned to a particular address or an entire region, and the company maintains a ranking of the most walkable cities in the United States.

Further note that the likelihood-ratio test is given by :which means that the likelihood-ratio test can be understood as the area under the **score** function between \theta_{0} and.

Alvarado **score** - The **score**

A **score** of 5 or 6 is compatible with the diagnosis of acute appendicitis. A **score** of 7 or 8 indicates a probable appendicitis, and a **score** of 9 or 10 indicates a very probable acute appendicitis.

Game **score** - Maximum **score**

The maximum possible game **score** in a nine-inning game while allowing no baserunners is 114, possible only if a pitcher goes nine innings while striking out every batter he faces and facing three batters per inning. The pitcher receives 50 to begin with, and loses no points because there are no hits, walks, or runs of any kind. He receives 27 points for the 27 outs, and 10 points for five innings completed after the fourth inning, for a total of 87. In this "perfect score" scenario, the pitcher would have to strike out every hitter he faced, netting him an additional 27 points, for a grand total of 114.

Propensity **score** matching - Propensity **score**

Suppose that we have a binary treatment indicator Z, a response variable r, and background observed covariates X. The propensity **score** is defined as the conditional probability of treatment given background variables:

Batman Forever (score) - Expanded **Score**

La-La Land Records released Elliot Goldenthal's expanded **score** to Batman Forever on January 1, 2012.

Box **score** (baseball) - Line **score**

Line **score** for the Brooklyn Dodgers–New York Giants pennant-winning game of October 3, 1951:

Box **score** (baseball) - Box **score**

In a baseball game, the number of plate appearances for each team must be equal to the number of batters put out, scored, and left on base. A box **score** is in balance (or proved) when the total of the team's times at bat, bases on balls received, hit batters, sacrifice bunts, sacrifice flies and batters awarded first base because of interference or obstruction equals the total of that team's runs, players left on base and the opposing team's putouts. In other words, the box **score** is accounting for the number of batters and what became of them (scored, left on base, or put out). If a box **score** is unbalanced, then there is a logical contradiction and thus an error somewhere in the box score.

Box **score** (baseball) - Box **score**

The box **score** lists the line **score** as well as individual and team performance in the game. The statistics used are those recorded by the official scorer of each game.

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