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PACE

Abbreviation for:
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 
Promoting Action on Clinical Effectiveness 
Property Advisers to the Civil Estate
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PACE

(pās)
Patient Advise and Consent Encounter.
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References in classic literature ?
"Five hundred and eight paces will serve my turn," answered the Brabanter, looking askance at this new opponent.
"It fell a hundred and thirty paces beyond the fifth mark," shouted an archer in the distance.
The shield hangs not one hundred paces from me, and a blind man could strike it." He screwed up his string to the furthest pitch, and shot his quarrel at the dangling shield.
Ygrene Energy Fund, a national provider of energy efficiency and resiliency financing, has announced that it has funded its 1,000th Commercial PACE project (C-PACE), the company said.
Established in 2017, Pace has been able to build advanced cool tech gadgets that have been universally recognised for its great quality.
A good PACE plan is mission critical, but we typically only get it right for the squadron command net and fires net.
The Amazfit Pace features a very different look as compared to the Amazfit Stratos.
Adding Josh to the equation will add even more value to our transaction process," said Petros PACE Finance CEO Mansoor Ghori.
The report has been presented at the PACE summer session in Strasbourg (France) by Viorel Riceard Badea, who led the PACE delegation of 33 people that observed the presidential election in Azerbaijan.
An inability to maintain a desired pace is considered poor pace management and as such research has focused on what is the best pacing strategy to follow (Thiel et al., 2012).