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By Edward Lee | September 22, 2011
Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron went on the offensive Thursday, defending the Ravens offense's pace of play in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans and arguing that cohesion and execution were more crucial than speed. Since the 26-13 setback to the Titans, the Ravens have been criticized for not employing a no-huddle offense or accelerating their pace of play in the fourth quarter as they trailed 23-10. During his weekly briefing, Cameron cut a reporter short, seemingly predicting the question about a lack of urgency on the part of the offense.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Rainfall was about three-quarters of an inch below average in September (and it was almost much drier than that), but the year is nonetheless on pace to be among Baltimore's top 15 wettest years on record. There was 3.21 inches of rain last month at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the point of record for Baltimore. Normal September rainfall is just over 4 inches. That brings the year-to-date total there to 41.48 inches.  It's rare for rainfall to surpass 40 inches through the first three-quarters of the year here, occuring only once or twice a year each decade on record.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2011
The pace of BRAC at Fort Meade is accelerating this weekend. Starting Saturday, the Arlington-based Defense Information Systems Agency will move portions of its Virginia operations every weekend through July until 4,300 of its jobs are based at Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County. A small advance party is on base currently. BRAC, the Defense Department's base realignment and closure process, is sending thousands of jobs to Fort Meade and Harford County's Aberdeen Proving Ground this year.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
The arrival of veteran wide receiver Steve Smith didn't suddenly transform wide receiver Torrey Smith into the forgotten man in the Ravens' offense. That's been the net effect, though, for the former Maryland standout as Torrey Smith and quarterback Joe Flacco have struggled to connect on deep passes. Meanwhile, Steve Smith has thrived in offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's system. Torrey Smith has been targeted 19 times and has caught just six passes for 85 yards while Steve Smith has been thrown to 31 times and has 18 catches, 290 yards and a touchdown.
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Staff Reports | December 31, 2013
Phillip Perry of Crownsville led McDaniel College over Lycoming, 62-57, in the championship of the Louis Fleming Basinger Memorial Tournament in men's basketball action Tuesday in Williamsport, Pa. Perry, a graduate of Annapolis Area Christian, led the Green Terror (7-3) to the title with 16 points. He was named tournament most valuable player after 32 points over the two games. Perry hit several key shots down the stretch, including a steal-and-dunk with 6:15 showing that started a 6-0 McDaniel run; and two free throws with 23 seconds remaining to seal the win. In Monday's opening game of the tourney, Perry also had 16 points in the 58-50 win over Misericordia.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
After recording his 35th save of the season in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Rangers, Orioles closer Jim Johnson is on pace to surpass his single-season club record of 51 set last season. The 30-year-old Johnson is on pace for 58 saves this year, and his projected inning totals are up. He projects to pitch in 75 innings in 2013 compared to 68 2/3 last season. So following a game like Saturday's - in which Buck Showalter was forced to use Johnson after the Rangers scored three runs in the eighth to create a save situation - the Orioles manager said he's monitoring the times his closer warms up to ensure he stays healthy.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Rainfall was about three-quarters of an inch below average in September (and it was almost much drier than that), but the year is nonetheless on pace to be among Baltimore's top 15 wettest years on record. There was 3.21 inches of rain last month at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the point of record for Baltimore. Normal September rainfall is just over 4 inches. That brings the year-to-date total there to 41.48 inches.  It's rare for rainfall to surpass 40 inches through the first three-quarters of the year here, occuring only once or twice a year each decade on record.
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March 28, 2006
On Saturday, March 25, LINWOOD D. PACE of Aberdeen, MD, formerly of Merritt Island, Florida, beloved husband of the late Beverly C. Pace, loving father of Michael and William Pace, Mary Ann Baublitz and Julia Prokic, dear brother to Samuel Padgett and Evelyn Broadwater A viewing will be held Wednesday, March 29, 3-5, 7-9 P.M. With a service at 7:00 P.M. at Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, P.A., 333 South Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD. Rev. Nick Mc Donald will...
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | September 13, 1992
OXON HILL -- Western Hanover crossed another hurdle las night in his quest for pacing's Triple Crown, winning the $366,750 Messenger Pace at Rosecroft Raceway.To become the first Triple Crown champion in the sport since Ralph Hanover in 1983, Western Hanover needs to win the Little Brown Jug at the Delaware (Ohio) Fairgrounds on Sept. 24.The 3-year-old No Nukes colt also joined 14 other pacers who have eclipsed $2 million in career earnings, taking home $183,375 for the victory.It was the sixth straight win and seventh in the past eight starts for George Segal's colt, who has accounted for $1,326,330 this season alone.
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By Lou Cedrone and Lou Cedrone,Evening Sun Staff | January 10, 1992
IT'S LESS A ''Rush'' than it is pokey.That's a little harsh for a movie that means so well, but in truth, that's what the new film is, pokey. Its mood is beyond question. Its pace is admirably deliberate, but it takes a long time to tell the story, which, when all is said and done, could have been made with a lot more pace.Jason Patric and Jennifer Jason Leigh star. They play narcotics cops who are working somewhere in Texas, where drugs, it seems, are a part of daily life.He asks to have her as his partner.
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Mike Preston | September 4, 2014
There have been times when the age of prominent Ravens veterans has gotten overlooked because of the infusion of young players. But the older guys are aware. Occasionally the veterans huddle on the field, or in the locker room to chat. "We laugh and joke and talk about it," said Ravens inside linebacker Daryl Smith, "but we all do some form of whatever it is for us to be ready to play. We try to express that to the young guys and see how fast they learn it. You'll learn it one way or another.
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By Linda Burkins and For The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
Tired of traipsing from one big-box store to another? A visit to family-owned Washington Street Books and Music in Havre de Grace might be the change you need. More than a seller of unique books, Washington Street offers antiques, jewelry, sculptures, religious and new age items, and authentic movie and music memorabilia. Recent collectibles for sale include costumes worn in the hit film “The Hunger Games” and a guitar autographed by Katy Perry. The personable owner, John Klisavage, points out a life-size model of Anakin Skywalker.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
It may be the dog days of summer, but Baltimore didn't break out of the 70s this weekend, continuing a trend that has this month on pace to be the third-coolest August here on record. Highs were as much as 10 degrees below normal this weekend at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the point of record for Baltimore. Saturday, temperatures reached only 72 degrees, the coolest day there since June 21. Temperatures have been consistently below normal all month -- the daily average temperature at BWI rose above normal on only one day so far this August, on Thursday, with a high of 87 degrees and a low of 64 degrees translating to an average 1 degree above normal.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2014
Chris Tillman may not have 11 wins like he did at the midway point last season, but his numbers have been far from disappointing. Including Saturday's loss to the New York Yankees, the Orioles right-hander is 7-5 with a 4.11 ERA going into the All-Star break. Last year, when he was invited to the All-Star Game, his ERA was only a few ticks lower, at 3.95. “I think it bodes well, hopefully for the rest of the season, because he seems to be getting more consistent mechanically as we go,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
In sore need of a win, the Chesapeake Bayhawks could see several key players return for Saturday's game against the Boston Cannons at 7:30 p.m. at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Coach Dave Cottle said midfielder Peet Poillon, long-stick midfielder C.J. Costabile and short-stick defensive midfielder Dan Burns may be available for Chesapeake (1-5), which has lost four straight and sits in last place of the eight-team Major League Lacrosse. Poillon has played in just three games, but the UMBC graduate is still tied for fourth on the team in goals (five)
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By Liam Durbin, For The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
The California Chrome doubters who were talking about his slow Kentucky Derby time had to find something else to nitpick when California Chrome posted the fastest Preakness time since Curlin in 2007. And some who still remain doubters today have suggested that California Chrome's successes in the first two legs of the Triple Crown have had an element of luck in them. Every clean trip is fortunate, of course, but California Chrome has a way of making his own luck. In the Derby, he stayed close to an honest pace and avoided traffic problems that doomed some others.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | May 18, 1995
If Kevin Brown can maintain his early-season pace, he's going to become popular with a lot of Baltimore baseball observers.And we're not just talking about his won-loss pace, although the Orioles will gladly take three wins in every four decisions. That would make their $4.25 million investment look like a bargain.The pace that sets Brown apart from just about every other pitcher in the major leagues is the one he sets every time he's on the pitching mound. His philosophy is a simple one: "Have ball, will throw."
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By Mike Dorning and Mike Dorning,Tribune Newspapers | May 9, 2009
WASHINGTON -The pace of job losses slowed considerably during the month of April, adding to hopes that the nation's steep economic downturn may be nearing a bottom. Employers cut 539,000 jobs last month, the fewest in six months and significantly fewer than the 699,000 jobs that had been lost the previous month, the U.S. Labor Department reported Friday. Still, the job market for Americans is difficult and getting worse. The nation's unemployment rate climbed to 8.9 percent in April, the highest since 1983 and up from 8.5 percent the previous month.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
UMBC dived into the 2014 campaign without four potential starters, but all four are on pace to rejoin the team for next season. The Retrievers went 8-7 overall and 3-2 in the America East despite losing senior midfielder Conor Finch (Boys' Latin) and freshman defenseman Pat Dignan to torn anterior cruciate ligaments, junior goalkeeper Wes DiRito to foot surgery and senior long-stick midfielder Nathan Klein to a broken neck. Coach Don Zimmerman said all four players are progressing well in their rehabilitation.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
Even after a bit of warmth in May, 2014 is on pace to be the ninth-coldest year on record in Baltimore. Last month averaged 64.9 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. It was the first month this year with above-normal temperatures, and by a significant margin, at 2.5 degrees above normal. But given the frigid start to the year, it's not enough to reverse a trend that has the year to date among the region's coldest. The average at BWI from January through May is 43.3 degrees, the coldest since 2003.
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