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- Shortening of bilateral. (Wiktionary)
“Her first reaction had been that the bilat was a computer-generated graphic.”
“Brown was also the first to arrive and settled into a breakneck pace of diplomacy, even squeezing a bilateral meeting into his half hour at the royal suite at Heathrow (abbreviated to 'bilat', to emphasise the rush).”
“Obama will spend most of his day at the Intercontinental Hotel in Toronto, where he will participate in a series of one-on-one (bilateral) meetings with some of the world leaders, something officials call a "bilat.”
“Rhodes was still working on the speech on his laptop when Obama had his “bilat” with President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.”
“Indian officials decided to cut agreed-upon number of WH pool allowed into spray of extended bilat meeting between Obama and Singh from eight to five.”
“White House press aide Katie Lillie and other U.S. officials lobbied hard for the eight, but no luck until Gibbs announced loudly and persistently on steps of Hyderabad House that he would pull POTUS out of bilat with PM Singh unless "the White House 8," as we've come to be known, were all allowed in.”
“Katie Lillie and other U.S. officials lobbied hard for the eight, but no luck until Gibbbs announced loudly and persistently on steps of Hyderabad House that he would pull POTUS of bilat with PM Singh unless "the White House 8," as we've come to be known, were all allowed in.”
“More angry words ensued, and after Gibbs convinced them, through high volume and repetition, that he was serious about pulling POTUS, we all made it inside, to hold with larger Indian press contingent, for start of extended bilat.”
“Indian officials decided to cut agreed-upon number of WH pool allowed into spray of extended bilat bilateral meeting from eight to five.”
“YELLIN: Suzanne, I sure hope there's video of the Clinton/Santa bilat, because, you know, we'd go to town with that.”
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