Setting The Pace

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  1. Kajora
    set the pace To establish the speed, level of skill, or standard of quality (that everyone else will or should try to follow or emulate). The new saleswoman blew away everyone else's weekly averages, setting the pace for the entire team. With their dedication to quality and beautiful design, they've been setting the pace in the industry for the past.
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  3. Dojas
    Set the pace definition is - to be the one that is at the front in a race and that controls how fast the other racers have to go —often used figuratively. How to use set the pace in a sentence.
  4. Meztirisar
    Setting the PACE. Partners Advancing Childhood Education (PACE), formerly Early Learning Community Based Partnerships (ELCBP), is a school readiness initiative funded by United Way of Greater Atlanta, that provides technical assistance and resources to the 13 counties in Greater Atlanta to address the early learning needs of young children by implementing a parent engagement and school.
  5. Brakinos
    Define setting the pace. setting the pace synonyms, setting the pace pronunciation, setting the pace translation, English dictionary definition of setting the pace. n. 1. A step made in walking; a stride. 2. A unit of length equal to 30 inches. 3. The distance spanned by a .
  6. Tojasida
    set the pace From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English set the pace set the pace a) SPEED if a company sets the pace, it does something before its competitors or to a better standard set the pace in Japanese firms have been setting the pace in electronic engineering.
  7. Tygogis
    Sep 10,  · Set the pace definition: to do something which is regarded as a good example, so that other people then do the | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  8. Mezisar
    1 day ago · Oklahoma in review: T.J. Pledger was 'setting the pace', but here comes Seth McGowan. Share this article 31 shares share tweet text email link Kegan Reneau. 18 hours ago. Sooners Wire is going to review notes from fall camp and the first week of the season as Oklahoma is set to begin Big 12 play on Saturday.