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briefing

(brēf′ing)
A short session of instruction or preparation for a person, crew, or staff on how to accomplish an upcoming operation.
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With the present acquisition, Briefings publisher William G.
This briefing will be led by Liverpool Football Club's brand director Davide De Maestri.
In addition to being a written reinforcement of the crisis negotiation coordinator's oral briefing to the on-scene commander, NPPs also can enable the on-scene commander to brief those higher in the chain of command.
To remedy this problem, and to ensure that every IMS receives the same baseline pre-departure information, a standardized and easily distributable briefing needed to be developed.
I knew what this meant: My morning briefing would be war.
The Support Briefing Platform is designed to save the time and resources required to attend on-site training seminars and helps professionals understand the support implications of a new product or technology prior to its arrival into a computing environment.
The drug safety stakes have never been higher, and that's why drug safety, regulatory, legal, and marketing professionals in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries need this newsletter," said David Beardsley, publisher of Briefings on Drug Safety.
State briefings are two pages long and cover state macroeconomic indicators and regulatory developments, provide a directory of major actors in each segment of the electricity sector, and discuss state policies regarding distribution and retail supply.
Further press briefings will be scheduled depending on weather and flood conditions.
President of Nevsun Mining and Exploration Company gives briefings