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  • n. A path or course, usually public, consisting of various obstacles or areas, designed for exercise purposes.


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  • I told her it doesn't amount to all that much time, and it's like a daily intellectual parcourse: many different things to think through, and hopefully parse, with a modicum of sense.


  • Some riders were taking chances I guess, but we had one of our directors go round the parcourse before the start to check it out and he briefed us on course conditions.

  • All in all, we couldn’t ask for more, parcourse-wise, Nygaard continued.

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