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  • noun Plural form of briefer.

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Examples

  • Since no Senate staffer had clearance to read the full NIE any reference to "briefers" or "I was fully briefed" refers to briefings from either Senate leadership or the Adminstration principals.

    Happy Hour Roundup

  • Asked about the recent Rolling Stone report that he was among several senators targeted by alleged "psy-ops" by the U.S. Army in Afghanistan, McCain said he wasn't sure whether anything happened that went beyond the legitimate way that briefers are briefed, adding, "put me down as skeptical."

    Chris Christie: Collective bargaining rights 'didn't come down from tablets on top of the mountain' (Sunday talk shows)

  • Though he put the odds lower than the British briefers pitching him, Donovan believed England could beat back a German attack even so, he underestimated how weak the British army was.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Diplomatic briefers hit back: Americans don't visit Egypt for the beaches because if they want sun they go to Florida.

    Michael White's diary

  • There cannot be a legit discussion on healthcare if the briefers DID NOT read the bill.

    GOP turns tables on Democrats

  • Though he put the odds lower than the British briefers pitching him, Donovan believed England could beat back a German attack even so, he underestimated how weak the British army was.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The briefers laid out "the broad contours" of what had been a decade-long investigation of a network of Russian "sleeper" agents placed in this country under false identities, and provided specifics about the individual agents.

    U.S. seized opportunity in arrests of Russian spies

  • The briefers laid out "the broad contours" of what had been a decade-long investigation of a network of Russian "sleeper" agents placed in this country under false identities, and provided specifics about the individual agents.

    U.S. seized opportunity in arrests of Russian spies

  • They rely instead on personal briefers, and those briefers usually rely on their own agency's analysis, re-creating the very problem identified as a main cause of the failure to thwart the attacks: a lack of information-sharing.

    Top Secret America: The growth of top-secret government since 9/11

  • One person who was in the room for Tuesday's intelligence briefing said Bond appeared to fall asleep for 10 to 15 minutes, but that he and other senators had spirited exchanges with the briefers.

    Kit Bond 'Not Convinced' On Shahzad-TTP Link

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