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in (the) course of time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin (the) course of timein (the) course of timeEVENTUALLYafter some or enough time has passed syn eventually She’ll get used to school in the course of time. course
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in (the) course of timeThe critical question was: Why has life undergone this progressive development in the course of time?Physical death follows in the course of time.A literal offering of bread and wine has in the course of time been included in the eucharistic ritual.As new species in the course of time are formed through natural selection, others will become rarer.It has also been clearly established that in the course of time evaluation of particular variants can change or even be reversed.
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