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Synonyms for pace

footstep

stride

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pace something out

Synonyms for pace

rate of motion or performance

to go on foot

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the rate of moving (especially walking or running)

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the distance covered by a step

a step in walking or running

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the rate of some repeating event

a unit of length equal to 3 feet

walk with slow or fast paces

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measure (distances) by pacing

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regulate or set the pace of

References in classic literature ?
The shield hangs not one hundred paces from me, and a blind man could strike it.
Builders are operating at a very healthy pace and see little letup in the months ahead, despite the initial shock and economic uncertainties immediately following hurricanes Katrina and Rita," said Dave Wilson, president of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a custom home builder from Ketchum, Idaho.
Pace knew that getting buy-in from all constituents would be a key to making the e-procurement launch successful, and so the institution was pleased to find that SciQuest and SunGard helped prepare and train the university community on the use of the application.
Perhaps the easiest way to be sure you're running at the desired pace is to use a heart rate monitor, but many people simply learn over time how their bodies feel at certain training paces.
As we began the PACE Expansion Initiative, we sat down with leaders in the field and listed a number of barriers that existed to PAGE development," says Shawn Bloom, NPA president.
Alexian Brothers joined the PACE demonstration program in August 2000 and now serves about 120 beneficiaries.
The female bears don't pace all the time - just long enough to concern their keepers and visitors.
Specifically, Pace has integrated three top VOD vendors with its flagship dual-tuner, high-definition Tahoe TDC775 HD-DVR, and its Vegas TDC575 SD-DVR.
If you run much faster than your overall race pace for part of the race, then you'll use more glycogen than necessary and will likely start to accumulate lactate.
PACE is a program that offers a great deal of flexibility to providers to deliver care and services in a way that supports the unique needs and preferences of each individual.
The premise is simple: Given enough medical and social support--which PACE delivers primarily in adult day centers--seniors can stay at home longer.
The year is also significant because it was the year condiment maker David Pace introduced his special blend of fresh tomatoes, onions and jalapeSos to consumers' kitchens, coining the term "picante sauce" and creating the salsa category - forever changing food history.
James Introne, president of Loretto Health System, maintains that implementing the PACE program in Syracuse, New York, is having a revolutionary effect on his long-term care organization.
After about five to 10 minutes of easy running, run for at least 20 minutes at your Lactate Threshold pace.
If your organization has been intrigued by the PACE model and is considering whether it should take advantage of the opportunity to become a PACE provider, this article will give you some key indicators of readiness and describe all the phases of PACE development, from the feasibility process through provider status.