Off-course sentence example

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  • I thought it was strange, since Jimmy's the last person who would veer off course from your orders because you let him blow up whatever he wants and he doesn't wanna lose that.
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  • British Airborne troops had attempted glider landings but many of the gliders had gone off course or been accidentally destroyed by naval gunfire.
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  • At their best with these blissed-out dance numbers, NSE do occasionally veer off course.
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  • In a courtroom a young waitress, killed by an off-course cluster bomb is brought face to face with the pilot who killed her.
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  • Bras demand such a concise construction that even being a minute centimeter off course can cause your product to be uncomfortable and useless.
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  • This way, you can budget ahead of time, and several months out, helping to ensure that your budget numbers stay relevant and don't get knocked off course when the unexpected arises!
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  • Players can also strategically use special "fate cards" to throw their opponents off course.
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  • Veering off course with the name familiarity is the United Kingdom version known as Ludo.
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  • The thing about love is that when we are off course we know it.
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  • After heading off course and entering a storm front, the plane unexplainably crashed 290 miles Northeast of Florida.
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  • Commander Taylor estimated they were off course and possibly somewhere over the Florida Keys.
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  • Don't let these types of changes throw you off course.
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  • The premise was simple, and maybe even overly simplistic - a space vehicle carrying a family (the Robinsons) that were going to start a space colony 'in Alpha Centauri' was sabotaged by the stowaway Dr. Smith, and thrown off course.
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  • When forced to make a quick or unplanned jump, the Colonial ships run navigational risks that can take their ships off course and into unknown space where navigational hazards pose more unexpected threats.
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