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  • n. Plural form of course.
  • n. Menses.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of course.

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Examples

  • The term courses as used in this paragraph refers with few exceptions to those courses outlined under the various subjects in this catalogue from page 20 to page 42.

    University of Virginia Record

  • The term courses as used in this paragraph refers with few exceptions to those courses outlined under the various subjects in this catalogue from page 18 to page 39.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • The academic validity of our courses is a kind of a moot point at this point.

    Is A College Class For $138 Too Good To Be True?

  • One of the major benefits of the courses is the ease at which personal interactions take place between teachers and among the students, fostering a powerful community, say Berkee educators.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • Let me tell you more about my "time killers" (this is what I call my courses, because all we ever do is try to make the days go by as quickly as possible so we are that much closer to the end of our time here).

    The Diary Of A Young Girl

  • Lord knows it's true of college freshmen in English courses, which is why one of my classroom mantras is

    The Hardball Times

  • Gilbert, a one-day classics specialist who excels on hilly courses, is one of several riders being tipped to win the race and the coveted rainbow jersey.

    Gilbert warns Cancellara he’ll be a marked man in worlds road race

  • They are formatted to be useful in courses which emphasize different topics, present material in different orders, have students at different levels (e.g advanced undergrad vs. graduate level), as well as to individual learners.

    Textbook Pricing, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Mount Holyoke and Amherst College students who talked to the newspaper said Ellis 'lectures in courses about the Vietnam War made it appear as if he had served in Vietnam.

    Joseph Ellis

  • This inequity is especially apparent in courses where the only way to find the correct answer is to call a lawyer, like your mother or father, which I experienced in Civil Procedure last spring.

    Advice for Incoming Mature Law Students : Law is Cool

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  • On a stringed instrument, strings that are grouped closely together so that they are fretted or stopped at the same time. A twelve-string guitar is said to have six double courses. Some lutes and older stringed instruments (and the modern 8-string bass) have triple or treble courses.

    Edit: I should have said that the 12-string bass has four treble courses. The 8-string bass has four double courses.

    November 15, 2007