PACY


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AcronymDefinition
PACYPhysically Active Children and Youth (study)
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The finish was Shrewsbury receiver Garrett Pacy coming down with a touchdown grab with no time left on the clock to give Shrewsbury a thrilling 35-34 victory over Marlboro on Friday night at Shrewsbury High.
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.
And pacy forward Jamie Mackie has looked a threat and seems to be enjoying the extra responsbility thrust upon him by Redknapp.
marTin PeTroV Pacy Bolton and former Manchester City winger may expose Chris Smalling's inexperience if the England new-boy is not on his game from the outset.
Now the pacy winger wants to keep his good form going and put World Cup finalists Serbia to the sword tomorrow in a friendly at Windsor Park tomorrow.
London, June 12 (ANI): Powerful and pacy Portuguese winger LuE[degrees]s Carlos Almeida da Cunha a.
Kruger FINAL CUT 3 A PACY and taut subtitled thriller.
Pacy and with an eye for goal, Kieran scored plenty of goals for the under-18s before becoming a reserve team regular.
99, Piatkus, out today FORMER Chron man Nick Brownlee's debut novel is a pacy thriller set under the searing African sun.
Keogh confirmed: "Jamiel's 6ft 3, pacy, but very raw.
However, once their pack started to win a little good ball, their very pacy backs demonstrated just what they could do, helping their side claim five excellent tries before the whole team lost their momentum.
However, Valenciennes boss Antoine Kombouare is desperate to retain the pacy striker.