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course (s) (noun), courses (pl)
1. A class in a sequence of classes, particularly at the college level: Jim was told that he must study hard to pass his courses.
2. A continuous movement forward in space or time: In the course of a year, Tamara will have spent a lot of money for her university classes.
3. The direction or path taken by moving water, or runners in a race, or the specific playing area for a sport; such as, golf: Cheering spectators packed the edges of the course followed by the runners in the marathon.
4. A particular dish or portion of food served as a separate part of a meal: The banquet will be a formal dinner of five courses.
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(information and viewpoints that are constantly shifting courses in the midst of ever-changing news; knowing which perspectives to put into and what to keep out of a newspaper)