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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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In the research, the team of Villanova University biologists have documented that coastal wetlands in the southeastern United States are responding positively to rising temperatures both in their growth and in their ability to build soil to keep pace with sea level rise.
But she expresses concern about risks to the progress in achieving the changes required to keep pace with increasing demand for social care services.
The airport will undergo comprehensive maintenance work during phase one, then it will be expanded to boost capacity to keep pace with Bahrain's current needs.
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) signed here today a memorandum of understanding with the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport, agreeing on the operational framework for air transport services to keep pace with developments in air transport regulations and to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries.
The growth in household earnings as the economy recovers from recession is failing to keep pace with rising prices of essential goods and services."
Although these adaptations may enable some animals to keep pace with global warming, animals that don't evolve quickly could be at risk.
The DAV must keep pace with advances in information technology in order to maintain its preeminent position as an advocate for America's disabled veterans.--DAV Strategic Plan
Create and support professional development opportunities that help computer science teachers ensure that their technical and pedagogical skills keep pace with student learning needs.
SMALL businesses are failing to keep pace with new technology and could be jeopardising their future success, according to research from Lloyds TSB Business and the Open University's Small Enterprise Research Team.
"To keep pace with the evolving marketplace, the association will expand its vision beyond commercial mortgage backed securities and cover all real estate capital market finance products to ensure that we are providing our members with the services they need and have come to expect from CMSA," said Born.
LOG 235, the Defense Acquisition University's performance based logistics (PBL) final Level II certification course, has undergone significant revisions in 2005 to keep pace with the dynamic evolution of both PBL policy and actual program implementation practices.