“Under each there were a number of public offices, called bureaux, where business was prepared, and where the smaller matters were practically settled.”
“Arouse this desire in your scholar and have done with your "bureaux" and your dice -- any method will serve.”
“They invent "bureaux" [Footnote: Translator's note.”
“It seems to be along these lines: librarians, and people who work in citizens' advice bureaux or run community centres, are going to be fired.”
“This will leave them with loads of free time to do voluntary work in libraries, citizens' advice bureaux and community centres.”
“With the wholesale removal of state support from whole swaths of law, such as social security, the frail infrastructure of community law centres and advice bureaux could wither away.”
“Exchange bureaux in Iran are reported to have closed down temporarily or even refused to buy or sell foreign currency on official rates in response to the crisis and ordinary people waiting to travel abroad have serious difficulties in finding foreign currencies prior to their departure.”
“Many could only obtain dollars from government exchange bureaux located in the waiting lounge of the airport.”
“About one in five people seeking advice concerning debt problems from Citizens Advice bureaux across England and Wales are disabled or have long-term health problems, and last year Citizens Advice helped more than 72,000 disabled people with debt issues.”
“This will be true of some Citizens Advice bureaux and solicitors firms, as well.”
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