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Synonyms for brief

not long in time or duration

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accomplished in very little time

marked by or consisting of few words that are carefully chosen

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

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a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case

a condensed written summary or abstract

give essential information to someone

of short duration or distance

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concise and succinct

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(of clothing) very short

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Likewise, "what happened from Shittim to Gilgal," likely an allusion to the crossing of the Jordan, is offered in the briefest of terms.
The book stresses how each interaction you have in a day, even the briefest, affects your relationships, productivity, health and longevity.
Camilla Parker Bowles made the briefest of public appearances alongside the Prince of Wales on an official engagement yesterday.
Any time the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for adoration, it "must never be left unattended, even for the briefest space of time" (par.
I will notice three things: they narrate in the briefest way possible the horrific events of scourging,crowning with thorns,nailing, dying literally in excruciating agony -excruciating, which means from a cross.
The fact that The Passion of the Christ ends with only but the briefest filmic allusion to the resurrection comes, then, as no surprise because it mirrors the religious and spiritual barrenness of the screen.
When I reflect on that travel and compare the ease and brevity of my travels to the rigours our ancestors underwent in even the briefest of journeys, I am moved to give thanks to God for the privilege of living in these times.
In such an overall context, it is a wasted opportunity to dismiss Bruno's Copernican diagram in the Cena, which has been at the center of a long and complex twentieth-century discussion, with only the briefest of comments based on frequently questioned nineteenth-century sources (but then, why should a magus be interested in Copernicus?
While most beneficiaries requiring an SNF level of care find that they are unable to leave the facility for even the briefest of time, the fact that a patient is granted an outside pass, or short leave of absence, for the purpose of attending a special religious service, holiday meal or family occasion, for going on a ride or for a trial visit home, is not by itself evidence that the individual no longer needs to be in a SNF to receive required skilled care.
Even the briefest browsing gives this title a `must have' status.
Occasionally editors seem to have been overzealous so one lecture is reported with the briefest of texts and no illustrations while for others strident images are given preference over informative drawings.
But what appears scandalous to one generation inevitably ends up as the jumping-off point for the next, and by the time flappers showed up in the '20s, opening and closing their knees and swinging their arms in the briefest of outfits, the can-can and the shimmy looked positively quaint.
So, don't underestimate the simplest lesson or the briefest wink of time.
In briefest outline, the plan is (1) to educate people about the risk and cost of long term care while they are still young enough, healthy enough, and prosperous enough to plan, save and insure, (2) to notify people simultaneously of the "LTC Contract" by which every American must acknowledge individual responsibility for his or her future long-term care expenses, (3) to extend to people who fail to insure against this risk a line of credit fully collateralized by their estates which enables them to purchase LTC services in the private marketplace, and (4) to recover the cost of care funded by such lines of credit from the estates of people who failed to plan early, prepare diligently and insure fully.