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press briefing (prɛs ˈbriːfɪŋ) 



  1. a meeting called by an organization, government, etc, to inform the press of something

Example Sentences Including 'press briefing'

At a Pentagon press briefing , he said the United States would ensure stability in the Kurdish areas.
Globe and Mail (2003)
At the European Commission's daily press briefing , the same mood of ineffectual disapproval prevailed.
Irish Times (2002)
Earlier at a daily press briefing Brian Cowen, the foreign affairs minister, said an overall majority was not possible.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Last Tuesday lunchtime at the pre-match press briefing , O'Neill was asked whether there was anything he could do to surprise Basel.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Matters have come to a point where the party's daily press briefing has become most irregular.
India Today (2000)
Monro's hugely revelatory press briefing mentioned Melville's trips to Paris.
Christy Campbell FENIAN FIRE: The British Government Plot to Assassinate Queen Victoria (2002)
The Globe article ensured that the press briefing would be widely attended; and tough.
Murray, Stephen Death and Transfiguration
They held a full press briefing the following morning, as Alec had known they would; and he conducted it, and he had known that too.
Murray, Stephen Death and Transfiguration


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