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briefing

[′brē·fiŋ]
(meteorology)

briefing

i. Oral commentary on existing and/or expected meteorological conditions (ICAO).
ii. A detailed instruction on the tasks to be performed during the sortie or mission. It is a prerequisite for a mission involving more than one aircraft. A debriefing is conducted at the end of the sortie or mission.
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Briefings properties include nine business management newsletters, including Communications Briefings, American Speaker and Manager's Edge, as well as a library of related books, videos and training materials.
The launch of Briefings Publishing Group's flagship newsletter, Communication Briefings, is one of the industry's more popular success stories.
Both events are at the City Exchange and all of the breakfast and lunch time briefings carry a charge for the catering.
NPPs serve as visual aids to complement these briefings; however, crisis negotiators should not use them as substitutes for briefings.
Recently, a few SAOs, notably Malaysia and Singapore, have produced their own briefings on CD-ROM.
But before Gore had a chance to do that, Li raised it in their first session Tuesday morning, another administration official said in a briefing Tuesday night.
We were told every day here at briefings that Peter Wallison was working on a chronology for the President; that's why you couldn't answer questions.
For further details about briefings and registration, call Kathy Sanchez, Public Information Section, IDB, 1300 New York Ave.
Alan Pearce will serve as chair of this series of Executive Telecom Briefings.
My major problem with the effort from Briefings is that the one sheet contains just too many numbers--almost bound to confuse many prospects.
However, as conference facilitator, I found it a bit challenging to entertain a multi-national audience between briefings.
By bundling these four platforms, the support professional program addresses the full range of support needs from information services to support impact briefings on new technology, prioritized escalation paths for technical assistance, and turn-key methods for developing and maintaining a support infrastructure.