coursenoun

  • ja課程、経過
  • enthe way something develops or should develop, usually over a long time

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I've been queen barely 10 years.
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And in that time, I've had 3 Prime Ministers.
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Not one has lasted the course.
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This is kind of a bit of a spoiler alert.
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But you know, in the film, through the course of the story,
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- it becomes obvious he won't be able to be in a sequel, if you know what I mean. - Yes.
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You're getting ready for it.
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- I'm getting ready. - Yeah.
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Can you do the— It's a gruffer voice.
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Give me something good.
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- Those are the only words I know. Yeah, yeah. - That's good. Well, that's alright.
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A few of the Losers are more than just friends, or at least they hope to be.
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Over the course of the first film, Ben and Bill develop feelings for Beverly.
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Ben is the first to develop a major crush, going so far as to write Beverly a love poem from a secret admirer.
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Beverly cherishes the poem and comes to believe Bill wrote it,
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and as a result, develops feelings for him much to Ben's chagrin.
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And what a trained interrogator does is they come in and, in very subtle ways, over the course of several hours,
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they will ask that person to tell their story backwards.
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And then they'll watch them squirm,
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and track which questions produce the highest volume of deceptive tells.
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Why do they do that? Well, we all do the same thing.
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As the smoke settles from the brawl between the X-Men and that big, weird, blue guy,
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it's time to look at some of the axed scenes from 'X-Men: Apocalypse.'
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While not all of these scenes would've changed the course of the film,
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we're still crossing our claws that these scratched scenes make it onto the home versions of the movie.
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Hope you brought your ruby quartz sunglasses.
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There are some potentially dangerous spoilers ahead.
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I think it's really interesting that we had this moment at the end of season 1,
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where this really incredible thing happened in the last episode.
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And we all decided, in the course of 10 minutes, to tell the same story.
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- And then it takes 7 hours to unravel that 10 minutes of decision-making. - Wow.
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They were something that had never been seen before.
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There had never been a band like Queen.
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They've carried over a number of generations.
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They're still contemporary.
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This is the blueprint for all rock and roll bands today.
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This is the blueprint for theatrics and talent and great musicality.
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Well, over the course of their career, it's estimated that their record sales are somewhere between 150 to 300 million records sold,
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which makes them one of the world's best-selling music artists.
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I believe that.
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Not a single person on the Wright brothers' team had a college education.
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Not even Orville or Wilbur.
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And The New York Times followed them around nowhere.
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The difference was Orville and Wilbur were driven by a cause, by a purpose, by a belief.
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They believed that if they could figure out this flying machine, it'll change the course of the world.

Other meanings for course...

coursenoun

  • jaコース;学科
  • ena set of classes or a plan of study on a particular subject, usually resulting in an examination or qualification
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Now, I can't pay for your college.
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But you don't have to go to class to be in class.
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Online courses are a viable option to a traditional college experience.
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And the best way to access those courses is with your own personal laptop...
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which is rendered useless without batteries.
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And I have one for each of you.
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Alright, Rico, Nolan, come on over.
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Good job.
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Alright.
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"I used to teach a course on speed reading even though I had no idea how to actually speed read."
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Julie?
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- No, I just said Julie. - Are you kidding me?
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Sounds like Ed to me.
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You are correct.
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So did you make resolutions?
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I did.
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I did.
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I make them.
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I never keep them.
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But I feel like I should at least try.
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So I say I'll do it, and then—
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What are they?
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OK.
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They are, I will start meditating every morning.
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I will exercise every day.
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I will go out with my group of girlfriends on a regular basis.
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I will get a fancy camera and learn photography through a course.
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Do you want me to do more?
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Yeah.