By John Oakland
This succinct consultant presents easy accessibility to chose relevant British institutional phrases that are generally hired in modern British lifestyles. it really is cross-referenced with a complete index and appendices.
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It was privatized in 1987 and operates scheduled, charter and cargo services worldwide. British Association, the (BA) (science) An influential independent body (the British Association for the Advancement of Science) founded in 1831 to encourage a wide interest in science among scientists and the general public. It organizes lectures, exhibitions and publications, and holds an annual conference. British Athletics Federation (BAF) (sport and leisure) The governing body of men’s and women’s amateur athletics in Britain, which in 1991 replaced (among other national groups) the Amateur Athletics Association (AAA) founded in 1880 and the Women’s AAA founded in 1922.
An inhabitant of a constituency is known as a constituent, and the political parties are represented by a constituency party organization. Constitution (government and law) Britain does not have a written constitution contained in any one document. Its constitution is based on the common law, Acts of Parliament (statutes), conventions, some written authorities (such as Magna Carta 1215 and the Bill of Rights 1689) and European Community law. Constitutional monarchy (government) The British governmental system is often described as a constitutional monarchy.
BR has been included in Conservative government privatization plans. British Sky Broadcasting (B-Sky-B) 26 British Sky Broadcasting (B-Sky-B) (media) An independent satellite television company which beams some 11 channels from the Astra and Marcopolo satellites to British homes fitted with satellitereceiving dishes. It was formed by the merger in 1990 between British Satellite Broadcasting and Sky Television and individuals pay subscriptions for its services. British Standards Institution, the (BSI) (science) An independent body established in 1901 which works with government, commerce and industry to formulate acceptable standards, safety criteria and testing methods for commercial and industrial products and processes in Britain.
A Dictionary of British Institutions: A Students' Guide by John Oakland