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A sluggish spring day in rural Mississipi is well represented by the slow-paced dialogue and rumination.
The twisting course makes for a slow-paced race, which is to Choiniere's liking.
It's all leading to an incredibly slow-paced coaching search that has begun to draw criticism for its lack of progress.
But with so much moving around, one would think that adjusting to the quiet and slow-paced town of Simi Valley would be difficult.
The editing is the main culprit, with an onslaught of slow-paced scenes.
It was much like the first two meetings between the teams, both Chicago wins: slow-paced, with the Fire content to shut down space while trying to poke holes in L.