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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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The webinar, which will be held Wednesday, December 14, 2011 from 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern, will be presented by John Watson, contributor to the Keeping Pace report and founder of the Evergreen Education Group, a Colorado-based policy research organization for education innovation through online learning.
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