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英语解释:[Education]a series of lessons or lectures in an academic subject or a practical skill
英语解释:to flow somewhere in large amounts
'Of course I'm not an agriculturist,' repeated Miss Ley.
The young gentleman had employed a course of the most persevering and flagitious artifices to win the girl's heart.
Way off we the steep bluffs, dark with trees and jutting with gray stone that marked the course of the Irati River.
Of course their conversation alters, and new themes are bruited.
The whole course of my life proves that I never capitulate.
They were of course very anxious to see a person on whom so much of their comfort at Barton must depend.
Sociability may change considerably during the course of succession.
The wave are of course dispersive.
This is of course still the essential method.
Golf course must be carefully tended by a special staff of groundskeepers.
It followed a normal course up to first meiotic metaphase when it inexplicably failed.
By the end of the war the course of my life had changed irrevocably.
He(1960)described the influence of the 'microclimate' on the course of the experimental disease.
If I had encountered any serious obstruction, I should of course have appealed and told a long story to these friendly tribunals.
Specialized avian pathologists have involved to guide the course of health control measures.
Effective decision-making requires a rational selection of a course of action.
So many would-be slimmers fail to stay the course and fall by the wayside.
There are changes in socioeconomic processes during the course of transition as well.
Over half the students in the course are sophomores.
Of course Leo was intensely interested in this stupendous and unequalled sight.
Could it be, that the whole earthly course of one so gentle, good, and self-denying, was subjugated to such a wretch as that!
A strike-valley sand is deposited in the drainage course of a subsequent stream valley.