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brief

1. Law a document containing all the facts and points of law of a case by which a solicitor instructs a barrister to represent a client
2. RC Church a letter issuing from the Roman court written in modern characters, as contrasted with a papal bull; papal brief

Brief

An early text editor for DOS programming from Borland. It provided automatic indentation and the ability to edit different parts of a source program at the same time.
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And I think what the briefers have done today is to confirm what is I hope a strong and shared conviction of the whole of the Security Council which is that every Israeli and every Palestinian has the right to live in peace and security, free from fear, free from violence.
Unfortunately I got one of those Flight Service briefers who was going to read TAFs to me instead of the trained weather insights that would be helpful.
With regard to the conditions at Camp Hurriya, the briefers acknowledged problems and said the Iraqi government "could do even more" to improve conditions.
Since many of the counterfeits came from China, the FBI briefers questioned whether the purpose was "for profit or state-sponsored?
IRAN AND THE NAMELESS BRIEFERS (The New York Times, New York)
The article should be required reading for briefers, as it would surely save a lot of wasted time at meetings.
Win the commitment of all supervisors and managers, as the system will succeed or fail on the attitudes of the briefers themselves.
This is in contrast to his staff briefers, who are "objective sources" on world events.
In the absence of the real heroes fighting that 100-hour war, we made popular heroes of the military briefers, of all people.
MTMC briefers to the new commanders included William Lucas, Deputy to the Commander.
During an AOC Multi-National Forum at the German Embassy, briefers said that NATO Air Group Three was scheduled to be briefed in late May, with release of the study anticipated for the Fall.