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1, Slow down! I can't keep pace with you.
2, The supply of materials cannot keep pace with demand.
3, She found it hard to keep pace with him as he strode off.
4, We must keep pace with the new development of modern scientific research.
5, Farmers are angry because the rise fails to keep pace with inflation.
6, It's important for a firm to keep pace with changes in the market.
7, The company is struggling to keep pace with changes in the market.
8, The younger children struggled to keep pace with the older ones.
9, Pensions and benefits had not risen to keep pace with the rate of inflation, especially in the 1970s.
10, Many loan programs have failed to keep pace with skyrocketing tuition, said Dare.
11, To keep pace with the popularity of skating, Collins is debuting a 15-show winter mini-tour at East Coast venues on Wednesday.
12, An aide said the money is needed to keep pace with the cost of issuing licenses.
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14, The bibliography of Sir Anthony Caro can hardly keep pace with his protean output.
15, He was trying to keep pace with the leader.
16, We help our clients keep pace with globally company.
17, We should keep pace with the swift tempo of the day.
18, In order to keep pace with the accreditation of wireless network and cipher code, the wireless public key system is researched.
19, Even Sir Leicester's gallantry has some trouble to keep pace with her.
20, You carry on a centuries-old tradition and keep pace with modern technology at the same time.
21, The girls had to hasten their steps to keep pace with his.
22, Student loans continue to balloon as federal grants and aid have failed to keep pace with college costs.
23, Increasing problems of indebtedness meant that railway development could not keep pace with changing population patterns.
24, The problem for the future is the need to keep pace with mushrooming global population growth.
25, Sounds as if he had a rough night trying to keep pace with his hosts, poor fellow!
26, Interest rates paid on checking and passbook savings accounts failed to keep pace with inflation.
27, Advances in computer technology are now so fast only computers themselves can keep pace with the data.
28, But his lack of experience and robotic speaking style made it difficult for him to keep pace with Dole.
29, Her words were written down by recorders, whom she sometimes exhorted to write faster to keep pace with her.
30, Innovations of the Arbitration Rules of Beijing Arbitration Commission 2004 mainly focus on the case management, i. e. doing best to keep pace with the general practice of international arbitration.
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