Definition of 'FCO'
Example sentences containing 'FCO'
More importantly, he'd distracted them from making enquiries about exactly which department of the FCO he and Farling represented.A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
The FCO message had said `Experts agree world oil and natural gas may last no more than forty years but USSR's only twenty years.KARA KUSH
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