To keep pace with

Related to To keep pace with: call on, stay off, stand on, dichotomising, took over
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After a day of alternate sleep and feeding I was so far recovered as to be able to get from my bunk to the scuttle, and see the green seas trying to keep pace with us.
Her limbs were indeed full of strength and agility, and, as her mind was no less animated with spirit, she was perfectly able to keep pace with her nimble lover.
Finally, when he had satisfied his hunger, he ran up beside her and tried to keep pace with her swift footsteps -- a very difficult feat, for she was much taller than he, and evidently in a hurry.
Like a squirrel she clambered swiftly aloft, so that I was forced to exert myself to keep pace with her.
He praised the cooking, chaffed the servants to their infinite disgust, and continually urged his wife and daughter to keep pace with him in his onslaught upon the various dishes which were placed before him.
They therefore need to keep pace with new technologies to attract investment.
current operations best practices to keep pace with the new economy; and
Continuing education is imperative to keep pace with critical legal developments.
A FRESH surge in construction activity has fuelled concerns that there are not enough skilled workers in the UK to keep pace with expansion.
Summary: Journalists in the UAE have been urged to keep pace with the developments in the global media to keep attracting audiences.
PROGRESS on vital changes needed to keep pace with demand for social services in the Vale of Glamorgan could be hindered by spending cuts, a health watchdog has warned.
To base one's calculations on an expectation that wage-earners will continue to receive pay rises that fail to keep pace with the cost of living is as cynical as it is depressing.