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In these fast-paced times, traditional pilgrimages to sacred sites continue to take place.
Always crowded, coffeehouses typically are slow-paced.
In our fast-paced world there is no time to go out every night.
But not everyone is ready for such a close-contact and furiously-paced event.
Defaults won't destroy global finance if they can be controlled and paced, but that doesn't seem to be happening.
Impatience with real-world dating, in fact, is precisely what drives many singles to the fast-paced digital meat market.
Glee's sophomore season started off strong with a snappy, fast-paced episode focused on reestablishing the status quo.
In our fast-paced, immediate gratification culture, eating out is a frequent experience for many.
So my strategy was to play away from the program's abilities and to steer the game into slow-paced, stable, balanced positions.
Multiple people paced the room in multiple directions.
He paced back and forth compulsively, shuffling along the same six-foot path for hours on end.
It's a fast paced game of pattern matching and thinking of words that fit categories.
It's an involving, fast-paced mystery with some great dialogue.
Noon on a well-made, properly paced sundial is whenever the sun is highest right there.
We are figuring out that our fast paced lives have only led to despair and anxiety rather than made us whole.
Neighbors said the dog paced the sidewalk outside the new home, howling and barking in the cold for more than four hours.
You'll be feeling a bit whiplashed, but that sense of disorientation hints at the fast-paced city that lies ahead.
Must work successfully in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.
Your proud high school graduate has gone from caps and gowns to the fast-paced, challenging world of summer jobs.

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