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force the pace

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforce the paceforce the paceSPEEDto make something happen or develop more quickly than it would do normallyforce the pace on measures designed to force the pace on alternative energy policies pace
Examples from the Corpus
force the paceWhy loot and burn when you can participate, force the pace of change?There was an alternative view, however, that forcing the pace was necessary if real change was to be effected.There will be no attempt to force the pace at the Luxembourg summit next month.The Care in the Community initiative in 1981 attempted to force the pace.So, in the summer of 1959, without abandoning association, de Gaulle decided to force the pace of his policy.But she was not to force the pace in any way.Perhaps I tried to force the pace.To force the pace now was irresponsible, and could lead to a power vacuum.
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