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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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Neither Tim Brabants in the K1 1,000m nor Ian Wynne and Paul Darby Dowman in the K2 1,000m could stand the pace in their respective finals at Lake Schinias, despite impressing in qualification.
I just hope Pee Wee and the ponies can stand the pace.
Rigby, a former British lightweight champion, simply could not stand the pace of the Scouser's high-tempo approach and succumbed to a big onesided points decision.
Sadly, it seems, he couldn't stand the pace, the pressure.
Pollock is certainly working his way through an arduous year but the 28-year-old, who expects to be available for Warwickshire's championship opener against Lancashire starting at Edgbaston next Wednesday, has no doubts about his ability to stand the pace. 'I feel fine,' he said.
was as real to life in the SAS as possible - and few people were able to stand the pace.
Will Smith brings almost a messianic element to his role as Ali, and apparently studied countless hours of film footage of the man in action as well as training ferociously to stand the pace. The performance marks out Smith as an acting force worthy of representing the life of this living icon, a man still held in high regard despite his personal slide into ill health.
However, if his legs can't stand the pace of the top flight he's likely to hang up his boots.
Company car sponsors please note: Crowley's red Fiesta is not going to stand the pace much longer.
But Madge, left, couldn't stand the pace, so she grabbed Jesus and a bottle of wine and snuck out the back to continue the party at home.
Celtic though couldn't stand the pace and two quick-fire goals in 60 seconds silenced the home support and sent them trooping for the exits long before the final whistle.
Neither Tim Brabants in the K1 1000m nor Ian Wynne and Paul Darby Dowman in the K2 1000m could stand the pace in their respective finals.