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British Council, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBritish Council, thethe British CouncilˌBritish ˈCouncil, the  an organization that was set up in 1934 to represent the UK's interests abroad in areas such as education and the arts, not in politics or business. A lot of its work is connected with the teaching of English, and it also supports educational visits between the UK and other countries, and libraries, musical and theatre visits etc
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