pacesetter

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pacesetter a horse used to set the pace in racing
    • n pacesetter a leading instance in its field "the new policy will be a pacesetter in community relations"
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Usage

In literature:

The U.S. Supreme Court was the real pacesetter.
"Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965" by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
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In news:

Toledo, OH — Betco is proud to honor the recipients of the 2009 Pacesetter Award.
The Pacesetter Award recognizes those team members who led their division in sales and leadership.
Push/Pull Die-Loading System Pacesetter Systems, Inc. Monday, September 01, 2008.
Pacesetter Systems, Inc, Valencia, CA, showcases the Power Pallet for loading and unloading dies.
For example, Pacesetter 's Chandler plan, which is ready for immediate move-in, is priced just under $185,000.
Pacesetter 's model home in Star Ranch is located at 101 Wiltshire Drive.
Alcomo got up in the final jump to nip hard-luck pacesetter.
Pacesetter A B Noodle Romps in Yerba Buena.
Pacesetter A B Noodle Romps in Yerba Buena .
Caterham's Alexander Rossi turned pacesetter on a wet second day of post-season GP2 testing at Barcelona .
A new am­a­teur men's soc­cer team has been es­tab­lished by the Pace­set­ter Soc­cer Club and will be­gin play next sum­mer.
Net productivity and short-run agility prompt publication printing specialist to add its second Pacesetter finishing system in as many years.
Don Williams, Piedmont Plastics, receives 2011 IAPD Pacesetter Award.
Sponsored by Premier Farm Credit are the 2011-2012 Pacesetters for Morgan County 4-H.
According to the campaign, a pacesetter community has set an example for other communities in one or more of the three target criterion.
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