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American Friends Service Committee

[ uh-mer-i-kuhn frendz-sur-vis kuh-mit-ee ]
/ əˈmɛr ɪ kən ˈfrɛndz ˈsɜr vɪs kəˈmɪt i /
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noun
a social-service organization founded in 1917 by the Society of Friends: Nobel Peace Prize 1947. Abbreviations: AFSC, A.F.S.C.
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