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Pick Up The Pace

Pick Up The Pace - to move faster; to increase the speed

  • We need to pick up the pace, so we can get to work on time.
  • Our team needs to pick up the pace, so we can win the race.
  • Do you think we need to pick up the pace?
  • We not need to pick up the pace. We will arrive on time.
  • Do you think we will finish on time? Do we need to pick up the pace.

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