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A large pad of paper bound so that each page can be turned over at the top to reveal the next, used on a stand at presentations.
- ‘Next, the tour and product presentation is laid out in a flip chart format so the clients understand how the program works, what the time frame is for their goals and what they will be doing during each stage of the process.’
- ‘While writing series two they used a flip chart and are now feeling aggrieved that they didn't have a white board.’
- ‘Back then, this was pretty powerful, and he pulled out a little flip chart from his attaché case, and for 45 minutes he walked me through every battle doctrine.’
- ‘Marker pens and flip charts might also be handy.’
- ‘There are already rumours of group hugs, slogans, primal screaming and wanton use of flip charts, just before the Two Minutes' Hate.’
- ‘However, after that seminar with the flip chart, and the unusual theories about race, an American corporate lawyer muttered, ‘Well, that wasn't like the presentation we got at the Dutch embassy.’’
- ‘During the frenzied final days before the presentation, groups of students (dressed in khakis or jeans) huddle around flip charts and laptops, hashing out their proposal.’
- ‘The HR department books a nice hotel or a fancy resort, hires a cast of nonthreatening facilitators, rolls in some easels and flip charts - and the brainstorming begins.’
- ‘Yesterday, at a meeting with the gallery directors, I realised as I was writing on a flip chart how bad my English spelling had become.’
- ‘But frankly, it's a dead basic cafe that straddles the upper landing and one of its ante-rooms with a flip chart for a menu and a micro - kitchenette for cooking.’
- ‘Bob Moses stands at the front of the spare white room, taping sheets of newsprint to a flip chart.’
- ‘Using input from the two parties, the mediator lists the points at issue on a flip chart or white board.’
- ‘Her head covered in a lacy black veil, she holds up a flip chart and slowly explains how to tick the box next to a candidate's name.’
- ‘Suitable flip charts or a whiteboard should be used for recording the proceedings.’
- ‘Now the furniture, which includes desks, chairs, flip charts, storage cupboards, bookshelves, stationery and a camera security system, will find a new home in York classrooms.’
- ‘Before the last flip chart had been folded and put away, the debate about organizing the next gathering - a US social forum - was under way.’
- ‘Simon carried his bag of what-nots in with him and clicked his fingers and instantly the flip charts were standing, the projector screen was up and the room was set to stun.’
- ‘Instead, the former Rotherham and Sheffield United boss used a flip chart yesterday afternoon to outline his game plan at the hotel the players stayed in last night.’
- ‘They hole up in a room with lots of flip charts and go to work.’
- ‘Software-based command centres have taken over the type of duties that would have involved blackboards, whiteboards and flip charts, and replaced them with an electronic data management tool.’
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