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  • It will not be open to the general public according to the media briefing.
  • By this time I was taking these briefings as a matter of course. Cited from The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, by Edward Ruppelt
  • Most material was pre-recorded, but occasionally the network goes live to the press briefings.
  • After the briefing, the player can choose equipment for themselves and the other four officers.
  • He also accused some party members of making his job more difficult by briefing journalists.
  • Most of the press information came from briefings organized by the military.
  • Legal records of all delivered flight briefings are also kept to provide an exact history.
  • He was later given the job of giving official war briefings to foreign journalists.
  • I get a really good briefing before we go.
  • Moreover, extra meeting rooms and briefing rooms were set up for them when necessary.
  • They also frequently publish policy briefings for members, as well as a daily news service.
  • Both resulted in strong support, but additional briefings to other Army staff were met with resistance.
  • And everything he predicted at the morning briefing came true later in the race.
  • He then began making frequent briefings to the media to increase press coverage of the results.
  • In addition, before this reform, briefings were treated as being off the record.
  • Public radio stations around the world also broadcast various editions of World Briefing.
  • In North American law schools, students usually study historical cases by "briefing" them.
  • The game includes a five mission campaign sorted in difficulty order as every mission has its briefing.
  • Distribution would be started soon, and local governments were ordered to hold briefings for their residents.
  • Some had no briefing about the intermediate state in the former life.
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Root form of briefing is brief for the verb.

Words starting with briefing

Meaning of briefing

  • noun Detailed instructions, as for a military operation
  • verb Give essential information to someone
    The reporters were briefed about the President's plan to invade