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Webber called the pacesetting Red Bull 'faultless' after Friday practice, and it certainly appeared to be the case again.
BBC News - Home 2010
Closely followed the pacesetting Bob Black Jack before fading in the lane.
The Times into profitability as quickly as possible, after decades of red ink, and boost the paper's sagging advertising, circulation, and editorial staff in order to move the paper back into possible profitability, prestige, and a pacesetting position again.
The Washington Times can no longer claim to be the premiere conservative pacesetting newspaper in the
But can that conservative-liberal, love-hate scenario that once made the low-circulation Washington Times work as a pacesetting newspaper continue?
The Washington Times was a feisty, dynamic, pacesetting newspaper in the 1980s and 1990s.
In 1919, a young lieutenant colonel was cracking across America in an army convoy that would make the trip from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco in a pacesetting 62 days.
Ode To The Open Road 2006
But we have also come to see the Blake project as a pacesetting instance of a fundamental shift in the ideas of "archive," "catalogue," and "edition" as both processes and products.
He also could count on Ullrich's Telekom team to share the pacesetting in the mountain stages.
They both left the day's pacesetting to a breakaway band of three lesser-known cyclists led by Francois Simon of France, who faded in the frantic finish and finished 38th.