Antonyms for courses

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We can turn rivers in their courses, level mountains to the plains.

But the sun already is low in the west, and there will scarce be light for these courses.

It is said he delivered seventy courses of medical lectures.

And what was it but want that drove them to both of these courses?

He felt a little gloomy while the courses went on, and wished he had an evening paper.

My mind was full of my father's plans and of the courses which lay before me.

The main idea in all courses was to do what you had to but no more.

Only a few of our officers had gone the round of "schools of instruction" and "courses."

All the courses in Teachers College are open to men and women.

He finds Assyria and the Mounds of Cholula at his door, and himself has laid the courses.