pacy

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pacy

(ˈpeɪsɪ)
adj
a variant spelling of pacey
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pacy

[ˈpeɪsi] pacey (British) adj
[player, striker] → véloce
[thriller, comedy] → au rythme enlevé
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However, McNair added that he would not swap the August 2013 for any of his rivals, saying: "To my mind he's the paciest dog without doubt but we all know we have to watch him at the boxes.
At least in van Aanholt Sunderland had their paciest player to try and deal with the winger.
That evening, Sotheby's staged one of the paciest and most record-laden Old Master sales of recent years.
The business end of the evening was actually Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No 2, delivered with impressive clarity, a wonderful, dulcet tone, even in the paciest passages, and with the Phil beautifully in step - the duet between soloist and orchestra exemplified in the allegro, with the violin's discordant double stopping and descending scales mirrored in the strings.
Malinga and Johnson together unleashed high-octane quick bowling on a pitch that wasn't the paciest by any account, temporarily helping the fans forget the depressing off-field events of the past ten days and partake of wholesome entertainment.
He scored two blistering goals at Manchester United in front of the TV cameras and ran one of Britain's paciest defenders Kevin Ratcliffe ragged scoring United's goal as the champions Everton were held 1-1 at St James' Park.
There are three compelling reasons why the Premier League's paciest primate will find himself at another club next season.
"We are going to be the paciest side in the league, we've got a lot of very quick youngsters.
England's best day of the summer came from a five-man attack, spearheaded by Steve Harmison's best performance for nearly two years, the paciest and bounciest pitch of the series and a thoughtless batting display from a few South African batsmen.
I notice that Collins, Breen and Craddock are not the paciest - makes me wonder whether we may see Ishmael Miller or Luke Moore playing an extended role.
He may not be the paciest defender around but his positional ability and skill in reading the game buys him countless yards.