Course-i in a sentence

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How to use course-i in a sentence. Course-i pronunciation.

Why, of course-I think I can guess what they have been doing-of course.
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St. John's,-not built at that time, of course-is part of the same property.
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At two in the morning, the church bells rang for fire, and everybody turned out, of course-I with the rest.
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While I was pausing in the vain hope and anxious endeavour to shape out some imaginary chart-some "map of the mind," by which to direct my bewildered course-I heard a confused noise proceed from another lane at right angles with the one in which I then was.
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Now, as sure as my name is Saint-Esteve-in the way of business, of course-I will stand by you.
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The maximum power being turned on, the projectile shot from the earth with tremendous and rapidly increasing speed, by the shortest course-i.
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Yes, of course-I know that.
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All I HAVE chanced to hear-mere rumour, of course-is that ...
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You are quite right to love her, of course, of course-I could not have understood your doing otherwise; but I must say this, my boy, that if you tarry too long, with her attractions, you know what will happen.
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Of course-I have no diploma, nothing of the sort, but I could carry out your orders faithfully, and report to you.
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Of course-I love you," he replied, brokenly, and he drew her closer.
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Examples of Course-i

Example #1
Why, man alive, he walked right past us, and we never knew it.
Example #2
Eagerly he almost tore a paper open and scanned the sporting pages.
Example #3
This particular portion (Richmond Hill), as we may gather from the enthusiastic accounts of those who had seen it, must have been peculiarly desirable.
Example #4
A very large section of this part of the island was held under the grant of the Colonial Government, by the Episcopal Church of the city of New York-later to be known more succinctly as Trinity Church Parish.
Example #5
The tramp had used his matches disastrously: he had set his straw bed on fire, and the oaken sheathing of the room had caught.
Example #6
An hour or two afterward, the man was arrested and locked up in the calaboose by the marshal-large name for a constable, but that was his title.