short press

short press

The normal press of a button. For details, see long press.
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Last February 13, the Tokyo Convention and Visitors Bureau (TCVB) held a short press conference with members of the media to discuss the latest developments that await travelers in Tokyo this 2018.
US Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Carl Risch, who travelled to Phnom Penh to meet with Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Friday, said at a short press conference that Cambodian officials had been 'very supportive in trying to improve the process'.
This time, however, it was not just a short press conference to announce the final results of the opposition's talks, but it was a real chance for the Syrian tribes to sit-down and talk within an environment that believes in political solutions and national dialogues as the only path for peace.
In a short press release soon after the meeting, DG ISPR Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor withdrew his April 29th Tweet.
Asked for his assessment of Everton's performance, he replied: "I think we can do a really short press conference.
Within hours, Lloyd George had left Cardiff stopping only to give a short press conference from his train in Newport.
French and Egyptian military officials held a short press conference on Friday morning before the commencement of the flag-raising ceremony.
The second practice session at a sun-drenched Monza was briefly interrupted by a short press conference in which chief executive Bernie Ecclestone - flanked by FIA president Jean Todt - announced that he is poised to pen a new three-year deal with the Italian circuit.
The BCCI in a short press release stated that both coaches have been appointed after consulting Kumble.
McIver ended the short press release with, "This is the only information we have at this time.
A short press release confirming the band will be "releasing new music later this year" is the entirety of what is known about the band's new album.