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No one scored in the first half.
He scored the first goal after five minutes.
She's hoping to score full marks in the maths test.
She seems to have scored with her latest novel.
They scored some notable sales successes.
The suite is scored for flute and violin.
He scored points with teachers by proposing shorter working hours.
He clearly scored political points off the Chancellor.
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