know the score


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But like the thousands of parents who contact Know the Score every month, David needed answers to help educate his daughter.
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To join in the World Cup celebrations Thomas Cook and The Journal have joined together to offer one lucky reader a relaxing post-World Cup holiday in Turkey for a family of four and 50 runners-up a copy of Thomas Cook's Know The Score World Cup Guidebook 2006.
Chang and Morgan introduce performance scorecards with three types of business leaders: those who know the score and know they are winning, those who know the score and know they are losing, and those who don't know the score.
If you really want to know the score, find out who funded the research.
With Russell indexes, they'll know the rules and they'll know the score.
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A USC coach wanted to know the score of the Ohio State-Purdue game while the Trojans were playing Arizona on Saturday.
The pretty 24-year-old won't even know the score of the team's first match against Sweden because she has been kept in a hotel room without TV or radio.
But my big bug-bear, my really big pet hate of all time in the history of the Universe, in relation to sport or news programmes, is when they use that nausea-inducing line, again with a big grin in tow, "And if you don't want to know the score, look away now".
With SlingPlayer Mobile, we continue to make it easier to extend your living room TV experience to wherever you happen to be and ensure that you never miss that pivotal play or big news event and that you always know the score.
Cocaine use among young people in Scotland is becoming more common but calls to the Know the Score helpline show many people are unaware just how risky the drug can be.
Police are issuing every season ticket holder with a Know The Score card featuring tips to drive down vehicle crime around the Riverside Stadium.
The Dodgers usually know the score of the Marlins' and Phillies' games before they begin their games on the West Coast.