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  • He provided daily briefings on television from Sarajevo during the conflict.
  • She carried a blue beret, like the ones worn by UN Peacekeeping forces around the world, to her daily briefing.
  • The MSHA cited his volatile behavior, especially at daily briefings for family members.
  • Chiang would hold daily briefings in his residence without inviting him and began to direct frontline troops personally down to the division level, bypassing the chain of command.
  • In April 2008, the police reversed its previous policy of not reporting rapes as sex crimes in its daily briefing report.
  • Dr Ian MacQueen, the Medical Officer of Health for Aberdeen, became well known in the media for his twice-daily briefings.
  • As Deputy Chief of the Armed Forces Operations Staff, he continued to give almost daily briefings to Hitler regarding the status of German military operations.
  • Though daily briefings -- oral and written -- they quickly made INR's analytical product an essential part of the State Department's daily operations.
  • Cox, who was also the publisher of the Dayton Daily News, provided the press with daily briefings and appeals for donations.
  • Richard Nixon had the swimming pool covered over to create the Press Briefing Room, where the White House Press Secretary gives daily briefings.
  • Urzua received three daily briefings: One from a doctor, another from a psychologist and the third from a miner updating him on the technical aspects of the rescue operation.
  • The speech was unannounced, and given in place of the usual White House daily briefing normally given by White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
  • The most prominent widgets that come with the Galaxy S are the Daily Briefing, weather clock and the Buddies Now widget.
  • In 1994, Bailey joined Jeffrey Pollack in a venture to start a daily briefing for the sports world called the Sports Business Daily.
  • IADC students follow a demanding curriculum that includes seminars, daily briefings, travel abroad, and preparing a final monograph that charges each student to take a position on hot topics within the Western Hemisphere.
  • During his time as Spokesman, he conducted daily briefings for the UN press corps and faced questions on a number of crises, notably the Oil-for-Food scandal and the Israel-Lebanon conflict.
  • When the blackout hit, Eves initially received criticism for his late response; however, as he led a series of daily briefings to the press in the days after the blackout, Eves was able to demonstrate leadership and stayed cool under pressure.
  • Masters is host of the KPFK, Pacifica Radio programs, Background Briefing, and Daily Briefing, radio programs which deal with American politics, foreign policy as well as domestic American security issues.
  • Akbar's asylum echoed in State Department's daily briefings on November 14 and 15, 2011 for two consecutive days.
  • Colonel Roger King, a Department of Defense spokesman in Bagram offered daily briefings on the initial skirmish, and the on Eagle Fury.