British Civilization: A Student's Dictionary by John Oakland

By John Oakland

British Civilization: A Student's Dictionary is a useful reference advisor to the British approach of life.It explains the usually difficult and complicated phrases and words used generally in Britain and by means of British people.


This easy-reference alphabetical advisor sheds mild on a entire number of phrases, words, firms and associations. most of these are basic good points of British civilization and society, and contain features of:


* politics and executive
* the legislation, economics and
* education
* the media
* faith and social welfare
* overall healthiness and housing
* rest and transport.

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