Crossword clues for scores
n. (plural of score English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: score)
Scores may refer to:
- Scores, a strip club in New York
- Scores, an album by Welsh band Hybrid
- Scores (computer virus), a computer virus affecting Macintosh computers
- Scores (restaurant), a restaurant chain in Canada
- Scores on the doors, a term for published and displayed food hygiene results
- The Scores, St Andrews, the street between North Street and the sea, i.a. notable for its traditional associations, partly as recognised in its historic buildings
Scores: Songs from "Copacabana" and "Harmony" is Barry Manilow's second album with Concord Records. It features selections from two musicals that feature original music by Manilow.
The first half of the record features songs from Copacabana: The Musical. "Dancin' Fool", "Sweet Heaven", and "Copacabana", which had been previously recorded and released, were re-recorded. "Who Needs To Dream" is a previously released song which was included on the soundtrack to the television version of Copacabana which starred Barry Manilow. And "This Can’t Be Real" is duet with Olivia Newton-John.
The second half of the album features songs from the musical Harmony based on true story about German chorus group Comedian Harmonists. The musical was expected to debut on Broadway but encountered numerous problems. A preview of the show was expected to show in Philadelphia. However, only weeks before the opening, the producer failed to come up with the funding for the show and it was cancelled. Then the producer tried to claim the rights to the musical and the matter entered arbitration. Manilow ended up winning back the rights to his play. The song "This Is Our Time", as mentioned in the liner notes, was cut from the musical.
Scores was a computer virus affecting Macintosh machines. It was first discovered in Spring 1988. It was written by a disgruntled programmer and specifically attacks two applications that were under development at his former company. These programs were never released to the public.
Scores, also known as Scores Rotisserie BBQ, is a chain of restaurants mainly in Quebec but also in Ontario. It was founded in Montreal in 1995.
Scores is a subsidiary of Montreal-based company Imvescor Inc.
Usage examples of "scores".
There were scores of people in sight, most of them young, but with few exceptions they were thin and slack, and their mantles were patched with old or the scars of disease.
The gnarled trunks of the castle were thicker than any he had ever seen, and even at this season they were garlanded with scores of useful secondary plants.
Remaining visibly the same for countless scores of years, must they not also be cool?
Here, as at every city the junqs had visited since Barratong assumed command, scores of other peoplemainly younghad decided that life at home was too dull for them, and they would rather risk the unknown dangers of the sea than endure the predictable monotony of Ripar.
Once the island had been linked to it by a narrow isthmus passable even at high tide, but the Great Thaw had drowned that along with most of its fertile land, and for scores of years it was visited solely by fisherfolk riding kyqs with their trained gorborangs perched on the saddle-branches like dull red fruit.
Before this trip he had been used to meeting strangers, if at all, by ones and twos, not scores together.
Wasn't it bad enough to have brought these scores of passengers all this way?
Whereas you've given up, for the sake of making over countless scores of young'uns into worshipers of Awb!
Already you're talking about committing the entire effort of the planet for at least scores of years, maybe scores-of-scores!
Thus, when twowellteachers, or dream-leaders, make contrary claims about the nature of their inhabitants, Imblot can reconcile them with one another on the grounds that on such a vast globe there's room for scores, scores-of-scores, of different species and different cultures.
The 'medicine' he provided to disguise your exudates when you returned to the test site has been known to us for scores of years.
She wondered, but did not ask, how he had gotten the actual raw scores, which supposedly no one ever saw.
Y'know, he's stayed friends with all of 'em, and there must be scores of them by now.
She had memorized complicated music scores, which obediently rolled past her mind, but not the geography of her new home.
It scores holes through thin materials, so be sure to use heavy gauge metal or siliplex.