In the eighteenth century the great naturalist, Gilbert White of Selborne, paid a man to shoot blackbirds by the score every spring to protect his fruit trees.
Now he's at it again, wiping out landmarks by the score .
Today, with tourists in too much of a rush to stop, much less linger, the number of tables has shrunk to a score or so.
Doyle's success brought imitators by the score
Now, what is the best place for a single male to score ?
Hammond went on to say the game was closer than the final score indicated, as Waterloo rebounded from conceding two goals in the first half with a Crawford marker in the second half.
score the card until you cut through
Reports came swarming in by the score , of the damage done to the coastal towns and forests.
This, along with his decision not to score the film, gives it a palpable, documentary feel.
a film score