They had expected to brief Obama again on the bin Laden options.
A brief bio is to be found in a deposition she gave in the criminal case before the felony charge was dropped.
Administration officials are set to brief Senators on the Hill on Thursday.
Bridie Scott-Parker, et al. “The Psychological Distress of the Young Driver: A brief Report.”
This brief, innocent encounter was talked up by the waspish gossip columnist Rona Barrett.
Slowly he looked up from the brief expression with which he had ended.
He made his way to the house of Squire Paine, and, after a brief pause, was admitted.
All I can hope to do is to throw out some brief suggestions on the subject.
We regret that his tours are so rapid, and his journals so brief.
Do you recall, Mrs. Glavis, whether she screamed long, or whether it was brief?
late 13c., from Latin brevis (adj.) "short, low, little, shallow," from PIE *mregh-wi-, from root *mregh-u- "short" (cf. Greek brakhys "short," Old Church Slavonic bruzeja "shallow places, shoals," Gothic gamaurgjan "to shorten").
from Latin breve (genitive brevis), noun derivative of adjective brevis (see brief (adj.)) which came to mean "letter, summary," specifically a letter of the pope (less ample and solemn than a bull), and thus came to mean "letter of authority," which yielded the modern, legal sense of "summary of the facts of a case" (1630s).