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brainstorming

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrainstormingbrain‧storm‧ing /ˈbreɪnstɔːmɪŋ $ -ɔːr-/ noun [uncountable]  IDEAwhen a group of people meet in order to try to develop ideas and think of ways of solving problems a brainstorming session to come up with slogans for new products
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brainstormingThe college is holding a brainstorming session to look at possible funding sources.Group brainstorming appears to inhibit creativity, not stimulate it.Remember ideas are welcomed from groups - so start brainstorming!No idea is ruled out during the period of the brainstorming.From brand image to brainstorming, and payback to point of sale the coverage is both comprehensive and up-to-date.As with brainstorming, do not reject anything at this stage.brainstorming sessionSeveral correspondents called for a brainstorming session, largely of Third World scholars, to discuss how best to proceed.The idea of a brainstorming session is to look forward.A teacher volunteers and works the staff through a brainstorming session, listing all the issues that they feel should be discussed.Dan leads them through a brainstorming session during which they list these on the board for further consideration.A brainstorming session is devoted to creative thought.Sections and departments hold brainstorming sessions and posters are displayed to encourage the climate of innovation.What followed were long brainstorming sessions that finally yielded the Foxfire magazine in its original form as a school literary magazine.
From Longman Business Dictionarybrainstormingbrain‧storm‧ing /ˈbreɪnˌstɔːmɪŋ-ɔːr-/ noun [uncountable] a way of developing new ideas and solving problems by having a meeting where everyone makes suggestions and these are discussedExecutives held a brainstorming session involving the sales force, editors, and others.
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