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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.
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Now the Pacer carriages are embarking on their new journey it is an honour and a privilege to be involved in the decision process.
Northern has 79 Class 142s in its fleet, and all were due to be withdrawn by the end of the year - as were 23 Class 144 Pacers. However, delays introducing new trains mean the 144s will stay in traffic into next year.
"Northern is planning to remove the first pacer in August and is working to remove all of the pacers by the end of the year.
"Using a Pacer as a community space is a fitting way to commemorate the service."
There were also others who like Pacers, with more than one poster suggesting they are the best trains for getting bikes on and off.
But none of this fixes the fundamental problem, which is that PACER is operating beyond its charter to the detriment of public access to the law.
Consequently, after years of criticism from PACER users and government watchdog types, in 2016, the National Veterans Legal Services, National Consumer Law Center, and Alliance for Justice brought a federal class-action lawsuit on behalf of all PACER clients.
The winning pacer grabbed the eyeballs of cricket fans when he dismissed former Delhi Daredevils skipper Gautam Gambhir, during his 'homecoming' match against Kolkata Knight Riders.
Wales appeared to be on the same trajectory after the company that owns most of Wales' Pacers said it would not invest in the modifications which would enable them to continue in passenger service after December 31, 2019.
Toilets on Arriva Trains Wales' Pacer trains will not meet new disability requirements ANDREW JAMES
Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER; pacer.gov) was established as the public gateway to federal court documents.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir will not be flying to Dubai with the team for the series against West Indies as the pacer will be tying the knot on September 20.