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scorepad

[ skawr-pad, skohr- ]
/ ˈskɔrˌpæd, ˈskoʊr- /
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noun
a pad whose sheets are printed with headings, vertical or horizontal lines, symbols, or the like, to facilitate the recording of scores in a game, as bowling or bridge.
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