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    What does "face paced" mean?

    I found both "faced paced" and "face paced" (with and without a hyphen in between) on the Internet but was unable to find a proper definition.
    Which one is correct, and what exactly does it mean?
    Thanks.


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    Re: What does "face paced" mean?

    Welcome to the forums!

    Quote Originally Posted by dingo1234 View Post
    I found both "faced paced" and "face paced" (with and without a hyphen in between) on the Internet but was unable to find a proper definition.
    Which one is correct, and what exactly does it mean?
    Thanks.
    Please give us the context in which you found them. On their own it is not possible to tell you.


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    Re: What does "face paced" mean?

    In all these examples, it looks like a mistake for "fast-paced" >> communication that proceeds rapidly; "a fast-paced talker"; "fast-paced fiction

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