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Brief - Wikipedia

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Brief or briefs may refer to: Documents: A letter; A Briefing note · Papal brief, a papal letter less formal than a bull, sealed with the pope's signet ring or stamped  ...

BRIEF (Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function)

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Assess executive function behaviors in the school and home environments with the BRIEF, a questionnaire developed for parents and teachers of school-age ...

Brief | Define Brief at Dictionary.com

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Brief definition, lasting or taking a short time; of short duration: a brief walk; a brief stay in the country. See more.

Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) | WPS

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A Behavioral Regulation Index and Metacognition Index are combined to form a Global Executive Composite; for the BRIEF-P, the composite is based on three ...

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Synonyms for brief at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Brief | Definition of Brief by Merriam-Webster

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Define brief: lasting only a short period of time — brief in a sentence.

brief - Wiktionary

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From Old French brief, from Latin brevis (“short”). Compare ... brief ( comparative briefer, superlative briefest) ... His speech of acceptance was brief but moving.‎.

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What is brief? definition and meaning - BusinessDictionary.com

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My job was to read these huge reports and prepare a brief that everyone who didn't have lots of time to waste could read and learn what the report was about.

Brief - definition of brief by The Free Dictionary

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Succinct; concise: a brief account of the incident. 3. Curt; abrupt: We were upset because he was so brief with us. n. 1. A short, succinct statement. 2.