bowling score

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Noun1.bowling score - the score in a bowling match
score - a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest; "the score was 7 to 0"
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Even more infuriating, the couple had become good at the Wii sports, notching up a terrific 235 bowling score which gives them professional status when they play the game.
Our skill-based contest, CMAnia Challenge, allows bowlers to vote for their favorite artists by bowling and to win prizes based on their bowling score. The player with the highest cumulative bowling score will win the Super Grand Prize - a 6 day, 5 night trip and VIP Passes to the CMA Music Festival for the winner and a guest.
Meanwhile, the president has some fans to woo back after taking a dig on his 129 bowling score by comparing it to something from the Special Olympics.
37 Mr Obama's bowling score, out of a possible 300, as he tried to woo blue collar voters in Pennsylvania in March 2008.
But let me guess, you know Barack Obama's bowling score. We are choosing a president, the next leader of the free world.
Proving that truth is indeed stranger than fiction, Mike's cholesterol level and highest bowling score are both 228.
Even my fuzzy math on the scorecard usually can't keep my final tally from an uncanny resemblance of my bowling score (which, I should note, is not particularly impressive either).
And the world would wait with bated breath as Ida and Herbie from Fargo's Bend, Idaho, picked the most important man in the world using Herbie's lucky bowling score pencil.
Obama had made the comment on NBC's "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Thursday, where he said he wasn't happy with his bowling score of 129 and joked, "It was like the Special Olympics or something."
Obama joked his last bowling score was so low "it was like the Special Olympics, or something."
"We have long since passed the time when employee communication means weddings and bowling scores," goes a typical comment.