of communication that proceeds rapidly; "a fast-paced talker"; "fast-paced fiction" 
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Impatience with real-world dating, in fact, is precisely what drives many
  singles to the fast-paced digital meat market.
It takes stories one after another, and gives each a few serious but fast-paced
Physics plays a crucial role in this fast-paced thriller.
In our fast-paced world there is no time to go out every night.
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