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  • I started my briefing by telling General Samford and his staff about the present UFO situation. Cited from The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, by Edward Ruppelt
  • There were also press briefings by both the IMF and the World Bank Group.
  • These Roundtable meetings have included briefings by a number of local NGOs about their activities and legal needs.
  • Students who expressed dismay were called in for 'briefings' by university administrators.
  • In Saigon, during the last few days of the trip, he was given extensive briefings by the civilian side of the mission and.
  • This is also the first time that Chuck has been present during a briefing by Graham and Beckman.
  • Along with briefings by military leaders, they took part in training on how to conduct road maneuvers and confront improvised explosive devices.
  • Activities include various site visits and briefings by, meetings with, and discussions among a broad range of professionals, policy-makers and officials.
  • In the 20-minute ride, participants receive video briefings by soldiers who span the expertise, backgrounds and personal goals of typical soldiers.
  • For the film adaptations of Bond, the pre-mission briefing by Q Branch became one of the motifs that ran through the series.
  • This recommendation appears in a briefing by the White House and is available online at the official web site for the White House Drug Policy.
  • Steve wakes up two days later in the French hospital where he is given a briefing by SHIELD Director Danvers about Simpson.
  • The circuit court also expedited proceedings by ordering completion of briefings by August 5.
  • Optimus Prime concludes the briefing by introducing all of the Autobots that are featured in the ride.
  • On the day when the ultimatum is to be answered, the members of the House of Commons and the Senate meet in the House for a briefing by key cabinet members.
  • Coffee was served around 5 pm, followed by a second military briefing by Jodl at 6 pm.
  • Kolton was credited with making the DNI's office more accessible to journalists, such as by providing regular off-the-record briefings by senior analysts on global hotspots.
  • Others in the Council were willing to justify Essex's return to Ireland, on the grounds of the urgent necessity of a briefing by the commander-in-chief.
  • The fellowship experience begins with a comprehensive orientation to California state government, including briefings by the Governor's staff, Constitutional Officers, legislative staff, academicians, and others.
  • In his briefing by One True, Currie is shown the recorded memories of a mother and daughter beaten, raped, and robbed by Lobo days earlier.
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