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  • The obfuscation began at a "pre-brief" (dress rehearsal) before Reagan's disastrous press conference of November 19, 1986.

    As The Shadows Lengthened

  • He was capable of white lies when he thought his mother's ghost would approve -- primarily to avoid hurting people or breaching confidences -- and whoppers if he had read them in conservative magazines, but, as both pre-brief and press conference showed, he was terrible at concealing what he knew to be true.

    As The Shadows Lengthened

  • But in any case, they did their pre-brief, went out the quest airlock on the Space Station, and now some animation to tell you what they're going to do.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2006

  • That's as opposed to the pre-briefing session in which you, uh, pre-brief.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • No, actually, I guess this is during the pre-brief.

    Background Briefing On The Presidents Bilateral Meeting

  • We came here, as we said in the pre-brief, Sandy and I did, before we left, saying that our number one focus for the declaration would be to show a strong critical mass of support for launching a broad, new, world-wide trade round in Seattle this year.

    Press Briefing By Administration Officials At Close Of Apec

  • Q Mike, can you give us a pre-brief on the President's meeting with Hashimoto at the end of the week, the agenda and so forth?

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • MR. MCCURRY: He will, but we'll have additional people available as well to pre-brief the summit.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • He didn't remember all of the pre-brief on the scenario being played out.

    The Sum of all Fears

  • D and marketing achievable product concept firstly at pre-brief stage and then at the assessment of brief.

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