from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To pace again; to walk over again in the opposite direction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To pace again; to walk over again in a contrary direction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To pace again; go over again in a contrary direction.
Charles Kaiser at Radar is reporting that ex-Journal editor Marcus Brauchli and current WaPo managing editor Phil Bennett are the top two finalists to repace Len Downie as executive editor of the Washington Post.
It will repace Mamma Mia which enjoyed a 2300 performance run at the … Continue reading →
It will repace Mamma Mia which enjoyed a 2300 performance run at the Mandalay Bay.
You can only search and repace a single Word in Notepad, but using regular expressions we can do complex replacements like, "Find any word that starts with a capitalized letter that is at least five characters long, and surround it with a customized hyperlink referencing that word."
For several minutes, the two adventurers sat in silence, watching the small erect figure of the guard pace and repace his short path.
The spring of a panther was in Margaret's action as she began to repace the room.
O, let him in whom the flame of Devotion is ready to go out, who has never worshipped, and knows not what to worship, pace and repace, with austerest thought, the pavement of Monmouth Street, and say whether his heart and his eyes still continue dry.
August 12th, 2010 at 12: 37 pm their polling must be really showing a dinapoli defeat if they are spending money on uping harry's name id .. and i will answer the question for the democratic committee the answer is Harry Wilson is the guy who is going to repace albany back room Tom Dinapoli
They're back with a new course to help Londoners repace.
I don't understand why they would want to repace such a major character.
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