Definition of Pacesetters

1. Noun. (plural of pacesetter) ¹



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Definition of Pacesetters

1. pacesetter [n] - See also: pacesetter

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pacesetters

pacemaker failure
pacemaker output
pacemaker potential
pacemaker sensitivity
pacemaker syndrome
pacemakerlike
pacemakers
pacemaking
pacemakings
paceman
pacemen
pacer
pacers
paces
pacesetter
pacesetters (current term)
pacesetting
paceth
pacey
pacha
pachadom
pachadoms
pachak
pachaks
pachalic
pachalics
pachamanca
pachamancas
pachas
pachinko

Literary usage of Pacesetters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Scientific Management and Labor by Robert Franklin Hoxie (1915)
"Does scientific management eliminate pacesetters? 22. Does scientific management turn speeders into instructors? 23. Are the modes of payment employed by ..."

2. The Wayward Welfare State by Roger A. Freeman (1981)
"4 Sowell pointed out that Anglo-Saxons are only 14 percent of the population, are "not pacesetters in income, occupations, or education" and that "Americans ..."

3. Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1922)
"The leaders, the pacesetters, the chosen opinion-givers of our citizenry, can well use the more abundant materials, of course. But educators and textbook ..."

4. Managing the World Economy: The Consequences of Corporate Alliances by Peter F. Cowhey, Jonathan David Aronson (1993)
"... which was highly protected.5 To help Japan catch up with American pacesetters, MITI sponsored numerous domestic consortia to advance basic technology ..."

5. Using Civil Remedies for Criminal Behavior: Rationale, Case Studies by Peter Finn (1994)
"Jurisdictions that expect to develop their own programs for using civil statutes need to find self-starting pacesetters to lead the effort. ..."

6. The Abolition of Poverty by Jacob Harry Hollander (1914)
"It may be proper to restrict the speeding-up of industrial processes by regulating the use of exceptional workers as pacesetters, or to check ..."

7. Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1922)
"The leaders, the pacesetters, the chosen opinion-givers of our citizenry, can well use the more abundant materials, of course. But educators and textbook ..."

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