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  • He was later given the job of giving official war briefings to foreign journalists.
  • Both resulted in strong support, but additional briefings to other Army staff were met with resistance.
  • He then began making frequent briefings to the media to increase press coverage of the results.
  • He gave daily briefings to the press in the morning, which were attended by as many as thirty reporters.
  • The Director provides briefings to the President every Monday and on other occasions as necessary.
  • The next day, Colvin gives a briefing to his men.
  • I've called this press briefing to address an issue -- directly -- one that has been a source of concern to myself and to others for some time.
  • Their main responsibility is to provide up-to-the-minute weather information and briefings to the Traffic Management Units and control room supervisors.
  • Meanwhile, staff frequently provide private briefings to Afghan and international policymakers.
  • SWHR runs numerous campaigns, conferences, and media briefings to educate the public on women's health issues.
  • Greer says he gave a briefing to CIA director James Woolsey that same year.
  • Crews were given a re-fresher briefing to compensate for the three-month time-gap.
  • In a developing emergency, the cabin crew can first give a briefing to passengers on how to properly adopt the brace position.
  • A briefing to a journalist led to publication of contested remarks said to quote from the full report.
  • The Institute gave briefings to senior American, Israeli, and Palestinian government officials about the maps.
  • The caucus holds educational briefings to increase knowledge of the pressing matters of road safety, including the effects of international road safety on American travelers.
  • The act would require the Secretary to provide quarterly briefings to the Congress on the progress of implementing that strategy.
  • He submitted a briefing to the Nigerian Senate on same subject culminating in a vote in favor of writing the concept into law.
  • His 1965 briefing to science writers and his 1966 paper gained widespread news coverage and stimulated public reaction.
  • For instance, a heat map enabled soldiers during pre-mission briefings to see where they spent their time on patrol, the most frequently used routes, and which areas were underrepresented.
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