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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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The official refused to specify the subjects that interested Trump but said the briefings he had requested for did not concern Russia or Iran.
Some White House officials even furtively seek out off-camera settings for briefings so they can make at least minimal efforts to answer basic and important questions.
Every news organization that had a seat in the old briefing room will have a seat in the new briefing room, and these seating assignments only affect the Brady Briefing Room.
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A second breakfast briefing takes place the next day covering the subject of brands and marketing.
NPPs also can serve as briefing documents for those negotiators who may relieve, or complement, other negotiators during an incident.
The requirement for the pre-departure briefing comes from the Joint Security Assistance Training Regulation (JSAT), which states in paragraph 10-5,
Full-text access to briefings is a relatively new phenomenon.
briefing (known as "the feeding time"), they are pissed.