the period of matching the client's physiological cues, emotional state or model of the world in order to create a string enough rapport to be able to lead them by example to a different physiology, emotion, or model of the world.
means the patrol car matches the suspected violator's speed. This is done with a calibrated speedometer or radar inside the patrol vehicle. When speed radar is used in this manner it is actually reading out the patrol vehicle's speed rather than the target speed and it is up to the officer to ensure that he is indeed matching the suspect's speed. Some jurisdictions may specify a minimum distance over which the pace must take place before it will be admitted into evidence.
Pacing is a 'laterial' gait in which the horse moves the legs on the same side back and forward together. Most pacers wear 'hopples' - straps connecting the legs on the same side. Pacing, or 'ambling', is a natural gait for some breeds of horse (as well as giraffes and camels) and is faster than trotting by roughly 3 seconds per mile. Pacers are also less likely to 'break', so they are more popular with punters than trotters, where the two gaits exist. As a result pacing dominates harness racing in the English-speaking world.
The defibrillator may send pacing pulses when the heartbeat is just a little too fast. When several pacing pulses occur rapidly, they usually won't be felt. The patient may feel lightheaded or dizzy because of the rapid heartbeat.
The natural flow of events and actions in a film that are either speeded up or slowed down according to the editing of sequences and scenes. A musical sound tract or sound effects may add to the senses of time and space.