Definition of 'British Council'
Example sentences containing 'British Council'
He had stopped working for the British Council when it had wound up here, with the Institute handed over to an anglophile society.THE GOLDEN LION
He saw her as Celia in a British Council African tour of As You Like It in Nairobi in the early `sixties.DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
years younger than she and works for the British Council.SPLITTING
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