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British Academy, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBritish Academy, thethe British AcademyˌBritish Aˈcademy, the  a society that was started in 1901 to encourage the study of language, literature, history, economics etc. Most of its members are university teachers who have done important work in their subjects. There is a similar society for people working in scientific fields, called the royal society
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