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PACE

[pās]

PACE

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

PACE

(pās)
Patient Advise and Consent Encounter.

pace

an equine gait similar to a trot except that the front and rear limbs on each side are moved in unison instead of the diagonal limbs. A comfortable even gait for the rider, producing an even speed for the duration of a race. Similar to the amble gait but at a fast speed. Many pacing horses are raced and trained in harness. Called also sidewheel.
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As a result of this investment, we can provide our customers with products designed to maximize their competitiveness and advance their market leadership, while keeping pace with the demands of Moore's Law," concluded Didier.