Score - Sports and Games

Sports and Games

  • Score (game), a number of points achieved in a game
  • Score (sport), a number of points achieved in a sporting event
  • "Score", an ancient prophecy in the game Tales of the Abyss
  • Score Entertainment, makers of the Dragon Ball Z trading card game
  • Herb Score, former Major League baseball player
  • Scorer, a cricket position

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Famous quotes containing the words sports and, games and/or sports:

    Sports and gallantries, the stage, the arts, the antics of dancers,
    The exuberant voices of music,
    Have charm for children but lack nobility; it is bitter earnestness
    That makes beauty; the mind
    Knows, grown adult.
    Robinson Jeffers (1887–1962)

    Intelligence and war are games, perhaps the only meaningful games left. If any player becomes too proficient, the game is threatened with termination.
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)

    Reading about ethics is about as likely to improve one’s behavior as reading about sports is to make one into an athlete.
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