“He then made four consecutive birdies starting at No. 9 to race by pace-setters Westwood and Allenby.”
“In Mr. Whyte's findings, businessmen were pace-setters.”
“With early pace-setters Europe having become bogged down with economic problems, and decisive action looking farther away than ever in North America, Australia -- culturally a European country but geographically part of the Asian bloc -- may yet prove a global lynchpin.”
“Leicester, Saracens and Bath finished last season in style and they can be expected to be the pace-setters this time.”
“Learners in a group, like cyclists in a race, are stimulated by pace-setters and find their own ideal rhythm, both individually and as part of the peleton.”
“The Pirates are tied with Pittsburgh for fourth place but they trail pace-setters Syracuse and Georgetown by just 1 1/2 games.”
“As Professor Ross puts it, [Footnote: Sin and Society, p. 97.] "the master iniquities of our time are connected with money-making"; and so our "moral pace-setters," who are, for the most part, confining their attacks to the time-worn and familiar sins, "do not get into the big fight at all.”
“That the Lord expects little even of the best of men when subjected to beauty's blandishments is proven by his partiality to various princes and patriarchs who, in matters of gallantry, may be regarded as pace-setters.”
“Just here the reasoning angel opened a door and thrust him out upon the edge of a precipice and left him to look down into the abyss of the betrayers -- the pit of those whose gift and curse it is to be the pace-setters.”
“Beaten by the Three Lions in Basle last September and in Montenegro the following month, the March draw with Bulgaria leaves the Swiss six points adrift of the pace-setters with only four games to do something about it.”
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