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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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To get a broader picture, you can request an area briefing which gives you any briefing level desired for up to ten locations by selecting "Locations Briefing" from the top menu bar as an option under "Flight Planning & Briefing." This would best be used for planning.
'The best part about the Senate briefing was that a state institution believes it is answerable to the public's elected representatives, and it responded to the questions that public representatives had,' Rasheed said.
"It will portray Pakistan's image as a civil society and a democratic country where all leaders of state institutions hold themselves accountable to public representatives," he added.PML-N Senator Asif Kirmani said that the 'informative briefing' was a very important step by the Senate as well as the army.
An official on Trump's transition team (http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-briefings-idUSKBN13X2M9) reportedly said Thursday that the real estate mogul has been receiving intelligence briefings including "routine" PDFs but did not elaborate on how often or on the content of the briefings.
Up until 1995--when we first allowed complete coverage of the daily briefing by electronic media--there were elaborate restrictions on what the press could and could not record for broadcast.
Team briefing is a process which involves managers and supervisors' talking to their teams about what is happening in the workplace.
Political observers in Texas say the briefings appear to be a thinly veiled effort to boost the reelection prospects of Republican Gov.
In an April 5 letter encouraging participation in Crisis magazine's seventh annual golf tournament, Morley Institute for Church & Culture executive director Deal Hudson wrote: "Again, we invite you to a special White House briefing the next morning, Tuesday, June 7th.
The investing in property and shares breakfast briefing takes place at 8 am on Tuesday, July 13 at the City Exchange on Old Hall Street.
The interactive overlays have been bought as part of ACC's Briefing Room Interactive (BRI) initiative designed to assist warfighters in preparing for flight missions.
As a result, the crisis negotiation coordinator may find briefing the on-scene commander an arduous task.
A new briefing package on a possible rule covering risks associated with the flammability of upholstered furniture was sent to the CPSC Commissioners in July.