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adjective as in marching

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The rapid pace of all this is jarring — but it’s also exactly how I predicted that the show would end.

From Vox

“The supply isn’t keeping pace with demand,” said Amy Hewett, spokeswoman for the Virginia Health Care Association.

BuzzFeed has managed to turn its commerce operation into a strength — it is on pace to generate more than $50 million in revenue this year — but it has done so largely with deals aimed at younger, price-conscious readers and audiences.

From Digiday

Not because of Ng’s abilities but because of the glacial pace at which the male-dominated sports leagues embrace change.

Paul has a special combination of quickness, pace, precision, vision, shooting touch and spatial awareness that allows him to find creases in defenses that few others can access.

We see the pacing and its effect on the people below, all in one shot.

In short, Tuchman writes with great brio, exquisite pacing, and a keen eye for telling details and arresting quotes.

The animation is beautifully rendered and the storytelling top notch even if the pacing is, at times, erratic.

It stayed at the top for three days, out-pacing tracks by Maroon 5, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent.

When Bratton descended to the trains, a man was pacing the platform edge, ranting in Spanish.

His pacing had brought him to the opposite end of the board, where stood the cup of wine madame had poured for Marius.

The men were about to fight when the others interfered, saying it was only fair a third party should do the pacing.

The governor was pacing back and forth in his private office, talking with the sheriff who sat near-by.

To attain this end the student should begin by pacing some length of road where the distances are well known.

You might be pacing the tiled hall of a suburban villa, rather than the House of God.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pacing, such as: checking, filing, hiking, parading, patrolling, and policing.

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