By John Oakland
This succinct advisor offers quick access to chose valuable British institutional phrases that are commonly hired in modern British lifestyles. it really is cross-referenced with a entire index and appendices.
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Continuing education 48 Continuing education (education) A relatively new term to describe non-degree educational courses of a vocational or recreational nature for adult students in institutions of higher education. Conurbation (geography) An area with a dense and very large population surrounding a major city such as Birmingham, Liverpool, London, Manchester or Glasgow. Convention (government and law) 1. A British constitutional term to describe long-standing principles and practices of government which, although not legally binding, are generally accepted as having the force of law.
They have distinctive identities and uniforms, take part in band contests, and draw their musicians from social and employment backgrounds such as factories, coal mines, religious or charitable groups, and schools. 8 million viewers. The two breakfast television channels until 1993 were ‘Breakfast News’, broadcast by BBC 1, and ‘Good Morning Britain’, broadcast by TV-am of ITV, from Monday to Friday. TVam lost its 1991 bid to continue the franchise, and was replaced in January 1993 by GMTV with a licence for 10 years on Channel 3.
City technology college (CTC) (education) State colleges for secondary-level pupils, with an emphasis on science, business and technology, established by the Conservative government and private business since 1988 in selected urban areas. The colleges are stateaided but independent of local education authorities (LEAs). Civic Trust, the (CT) (society) A voluntary organization established in 1957 which has a network of local trusts in England, Scotland and Wales. It preserves and maintains ancient monuments, historic buildings and the environment, usually in urban centres.
A Dictionary of British Institutions: A Students' Guide by John Oakland