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London School of Economics, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLondon School of Economics, thethe London School of EconomicsˌLondon ˌSchool of Ecoˈnomics, the (also the LSE)  one of the colleges of London University, which is famous for teaching politics and economics. It was well known in the 1960s as a centre of left-wing student politics and protests.From Longman Business DictionaryLondon School of EconomicsˌLondon ˌSchool of Ecoˈnomics abbreviation LSE nounECONOMICS a college that is part of London University, where people study ECONOMICS, politics, and other social sciences
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