1The government department concerned with the representation of a country abroad.
- If Pius XII never approached that level of moral depravity, it is still fair to say that he was a cautious, passive diplomat, conditioned by his training in canon law and his career in foreign service to proceed with prudence and discretion.
- D. students who do not continue at research institutions do very well in government, foreign service, or the private sector, and many make good money.
- There is a great demand for individuals fluent in English and Urdu from educational institutions, British foreign service, armed forces, TV channels, radio stations, service industries and the film industry.
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Syllabification: for·eign serv·ice
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