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“Trainers use flip-chart books with little text and emphasize practicing the maneuvers.”
“Kevin: It looks like a flip-chart diagram from an internal meeting.”
“Woodward writes that deputy CIA director John McLaughin had just finished his long-winded, stats-fat, flip-chart presentation, when Bush complained, "[I] t's not something that Joe Public would understand," and asked, "[T] his is the best we've got?”
“Everyone got a copy of the questions and topics to be discussed at the beginning of the meeting, and though discussion ranged widely not always remaining confined to the immediate topic, Marguerite was able to record key ideas and points on a large flip-chart so that everyone could see that their points were recorded.”
“I once used a laundry basket and a flip-chart pad to catch a wayward Starling who got down the chimney.”
“Turn documents, notes and whiteboards into digital copies PDFsEmail or fax qipit digital copies via email, your online Qipit account, or right from your phoneStore all of your paper documents and notes as digital documents for easy archiving and sharingTag your qipit documents for easy searching and sortingPublish and share your documents on the webSave those flip-chart notes from the brainstorming meeting, capture the white-board result at the end of the meeting.”
“Powell's speech could be viewed as a more polished version of McLaughlin's flip-chart performance in the Oval Office.”
“French:Coordinator: "Please write your ideas on the flip-chart.”
“They are very different from other health education materials (such as a flip-chart or comic strip) which must be presented in a particular or”
“Hamber said the comic would be distributed to non-government bodies and rural advice offices as part of an educaional package including a video made by a group of victims and a flip-chart explaining how the commission will work.”
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