PACY


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AcronymDefinition
PACYPhysically Active Children and Youth (study)
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stranded hosts And a powerful and pacy TN took the game to Bath from the start to open up a 7-4 lead midway through the first quarter
I don't think I did,'' Pacy responded when asked if he pushed Marlboro defender Avery Bonina, who was covering on the play.
Ten-year-old Pacy struggles to find the balance between her two cultures, and the lessons she learns are relevant for everyone.
Newly-promoted Warwickshire played quite well, but lacked a pacy fly half.
Pacy and her best friend, Melody, are so close that they are like sisters.
In the second period MK Dons pressed hard in search of a second goal and the pacy McLeod spurned a hatful of chances.
The ever enthusiastic services engineer, Max Fordham began the afternoon session with a pacy delivery of environmental facts, figures, and rule of thumb guidelines.
The pacy front man fashioned the goal out of a half-chance on 65 minutes.
The writing is pacy and interests you in the plot, the villains are evil as expected and our heroine Violet is so brave and interesting.
KEVIN MIRALLAS is one of those players that every team wants - a pacy, skilful, direct runner who creates any number of problems for opposition defences.
Pacy wingers Nathan Dyer and Scott Sinclair and underrated striker Danny Graham caused the Blues back-line all sorts of problems and should be at least as effective against the Baggies rearguard.