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  • adj. Alternative spelling of pacey.


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  • FWIW, my son had a "pacy" that was a specialty type for preemies.


  • Although it's hard to see his cuteness in his short hair, it's his bubbly personality that would turn into serious faces later, even his "pacy" facial expression is believable.

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  • Real successfully closed down Barça's creative midfielders and pacy forwards and had much the better of the first half before Pepe crashed a header off the post in the 44th minute with the goalkeeper José Manuel Pinto well beaten.

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  • But when Gloucestershire began their pursuit of a target of seven runs an over, they were soon in trouble against the pacy spin of Afridi.

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  • That day he approached the crease in his characteristically pacy, bouncy yet sleek, light-of-foot fashion—a ninja crossed with a wrecking ball—shoulders low and chest open, purring up through the gears before his high-speed wind-up, prelude to a low-angle slingshot-fling of the ball.

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  • Writer Robert Popper's now-established comic rhythm is pacy and fresh in a way you wouldn't expect of a family sitcom.

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  • City of Fear is a tight, pacy police procedural, in which three Indiana college girls hit New York for their spring break.

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  • All the Dead Voices by Declan Hughes - Irish crime that is "energetic, pacy and vivid."


  • The logic of his self-diagnosed condition was faultless, emotionally gripping, played-downand pacy.


  • Gervinho might prove to be another classic Arsène Wenger bargain, an athletic and pacy ball player raring to step up a level, spirited over from France for a fee that doesn't make a certain manager with a well-documented devotion to cautious housekeeping choke as if he was asked to fix the Greek economy before breakfast.

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