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  • proper n. A twentieth century diminutive of the male given name Jason.

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  • Jace is the perfect mix of arrogant, entitled kid and otherworldly fighter, with enough quiddity thrown in to remind the reader that he's somewhere between human and Shadowhunter, a product of the Clave who probably wishes, deep down, that he could just be a 'mundane' like Simon.

    City of Bones

  • Dr. Eden Fynn is strangely drawn to her newest patient, Captain Jace Serafino.

    Games of Command - SciFiChick.com

  • Link to Shivam's post, and Jace is following developments on his blog, here.

    Boing Boing: July 16, 2006 - July 22, 2006 Archives

  • “When I saw you before, in the Seelie Court,” Clary said, “you called Jace and me brother and sister.

    City of Glass

  • Leading scorer Carlon Brown was moved to the sixth man role and started fewer games than offensively challenged players such as Jace Tavita (19 starts, 1.4 scoring average) and Shawn Glover (13 starts, 3.4 points per game).

    Utah - Team Notes

  • Alec looked from one of them to the other, and Clary could tell from his expression that Jace hadn’t told him about Ithuriel yet.

    City of Glass

  • The Jace Hall Show is a 13-part short-form lifestyle series created and hosted by film, television and videogame producer Jason "Jace" Hall.

    TVover.net

  • The only one I distinctly remember was Jace Chilson.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Two things, Marc & Jace! ha ok three, I'd get to turn into a cat! bacarleton (at) gmail (dot) com

    Countdown to Branded By Fire: 6 days to go!

  • For sheer uber-yumminess and a creative imagination in the bedroom, I've gotta go w/Jace McKenna from Kate Steele's To Tempt a Wolf.

    Countdown to Branded By Fire: 8 days to go!

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