How to use pace in a sentence

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At the other end, even though mistakes began to creep in, there was enough pace and verve to gee the crowd up if not break through.
Once the data is backed up to disk, business operations can proceed at a normal pace and important data protection operations can take place.
No doubt, it is the bazillions of lights, taxicabs, shadow-casting skyscrapers, and bustling pace that incite my heart to pump a little faster.
They are demanding pay increases to keep pace with inflation which is currently averaging 3 percent a year.
He hasn't looked happy so far in the championship at centre half-back and was miles off the pace in the frenetic first twenty minutes.
This would include bowling changes, field changes, shuffling the batting order, speeding up or slowing down the pace of the game, etc.
During the madding pace of the night, Father De La Cruz managed to slip into the hotel unnoticed.
But as I stated earlier the pace of the show was rather too slow and this, I believe, was due mainly to poor blocking.
It's a real four-seater saloon car with serious pace when you need it, rather than a supercar draped in a saloon's body.
At one of the recent public meetings on sustainable development, a member of the audience lamented the rapid pace of development in Bermuda.
The change in pace is subtle and almost negligible, and yet its mellow lure propels the song beyond the gloom.
He clearly possesses pace but did not have the stamina to complete lung-busting raids.
He is quicker than most of the attackers he marks and pace is essential in modern day football.
The real question at issue was the pace at which gradual democratization should proceed.
The story is interesting, and remarkably lucid given the rapid pace of its telling.
If we continue along the pace we are now, it's unsustainable and there will have to be some day of reckoning.
Its lethargic pace and surprising lack of experimentation render it a boring and predictable lowlight.
Modern astronomical research proceeds at a rapid pace due to the application of new technologies in astronomy and astrophysics.
Basically, it is mainly pace and turbulence that determines whether a traditional stick or a wire stem is used.
As the run-in approached Bertogliati's Lampre team set a fast pace before the Telekom team took over.
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