Other articles related to "pace":
... Laurie Pace (born 9 February 1966) is a former judoka from Malta, who competed for her native country at three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1992 ... A competitor in the women's 57 weight division, Pace also took part in the Commonwealth Games, three World Championships, four European Championships and four editions of the Small Nations Games ...
... Pace is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Brańsk, within Bielsk County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland ...
... Scott Norman Pace was born on January 23rd 1959 in Burbank, Los Angeles, California, USA, the only child of Ord Boorem Pace and Nobie Kamei ... In 1980 Scott Pace received a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Harvey Mudd College and went on to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he got Masters ...
... Pace is the chair of Mitt Romney's Space Policy Advisory Group ... Pace wrote that Romney is the only 2012 presidential candidate with "the leadership, management skill, and commitment to American exceptionalism" to restore "the U ... space program to greatness." Pace has stated that the 2020 date Newt Gingrich suggested for a lunar base was feasible when it was proposed in 2005, but it is no longer ...
... Following the 2010 election, Pace was selected by his peers as House Minority Leader for the next general assembly beginning in January 2011 ... In 2011, Pace led opposition to the proposed Fiscal Year 2011-2012 state budget, which included $250 million in cuts to education, closing the Fort Lyon Correctional Facility and eliminating an addiction recovery ... Pace announced that he would not seek reelection to his House district 46 seat in 2012, and would instead enter the race for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District ...
Famous quotes containing the word pace:
“She wants to
throw the tribute away, dis-
gusted, and cant,
it goes on buzzing in her ear,
it changes the pace of her walk....”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“We judge a horse not only by its pace on a racecourse, but also by its walk, nay, when resting in its stable.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“A criminal trial is like a Russian novel: it starts with exasperating slowness as the characters are introduced to a jury, then there are complications in the form of minor witnesses, the protagonist finally appears and contradictions arise to produce drama, and finally as both jury and spectators grow weary and confused the pace quickens, reaching its climax in passionate final argument.”
—Clifford Irving (b. 1930)