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  • 41aid and abet — (law) To assist and encourage, esp in committing a crime • • • Main Entry: ↑aid * * * aid and abet legal phrase to help someone to commit a crime He was charged with aiding and abetting a wanted criminal. Thesaurus: to help someone …

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  • 42aid and comfort — To render assistance or counsel. Any act that deliberately strengthens or tends to strengthen enemies of the United States, or that weakens or tends to weaken the power of the United States to resist and attack such enemies is characterized as… …

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  • 43aid agency — ➔ agency * * * aid agency UK US noun [C] ► an organization that provides money, food, medicine, or other supplies in order to help people or countries that are suffering: »Aid agencies launched financial appeals and prepared emergency teams to… …

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  • 44aid climbing — noun Rock climbing using spikes, ladders or other fixed aids, opp to free climbing • • • Main Entry: ↑aid * * * ˈaid climbing 7 [aid climbing] (also …

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  • 45Aid — Aid, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Aided}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Aiding}.] [F. aider, OF. aidier, fr. L. adjutare to help, freq. of adjuvare to help; ad + juvare to help. Cf. {Adjutant}.] To support, either by furnishing strength or means in co[ o]peration to… …

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  • 46Aid to Families with Dependent Children — (AFDC) was the name of a federal assistance program in effect from 1935 to 1997, [ [http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2001/takeitfromme/abouttheissues.html PBS.org] , Timeline of National Welfare Reform] which was administered by the United States… …

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  • 47AID — may refer to: *Activation Induced (Cytidine) Deaminase, an enzyme *Algebraic Interpretive Dialogue, an implementation of JOSS II for the PDP 10 *Americans for Informed Democracy, an American non profit organization *Artificial Insemination by… …

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  • 48Aid to Southeast Asia — (ASA) humanitarian organization, providing help for the countries of Southeast Asia (mainly, Vietnam) on the people to people basis, aiming to strengthen world peace and respect for human rights. Established in 1989 by US veterans of the war with …

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  • 49Aid Children Without Parents — ( ACWP ) is a humanitarian non profit organization for helping Vietnamese orphans and refugees. Established in 1988 by Nguyen Dinh Huu ( Bac Huu ).The Organizations provided assistance for displaced Vietnamese minors in refugee camps throughout… …

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  • 50Aid (Würm) — Aid Gewässerkennzahl DE: 23844814 Lage Baden Württemberg; Deutschland Flusssystem Rhein …

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  • 51aid — [n1] help, support advancement, advice, advocacy, alleviation, allowance, assist, assistance, attention, backing, backup, benefaction, benefit, benevolence, bounty, care, charity, comfort, compensation, cooperation, deliverance, encouragement,… …

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  • 52aid — ► NOUN 1) help or support. 2) material help given to a country in need. ► VERB ▪ help. ● in aid of Cf. ↑in aid of ORIGIN Old French aide, from Latin adjuvare, f …

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  • 53aid agency — UK US noun [countable] [singular aid agency plural aid agencies] an organization that gives money, food, or other help to people who have been affected by situations such as wars or floods Thesaurus: charities and charitable organizations or… …

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  • 54aid worker — UK US noun [countable] [singular aid worker plural aid workers] someone who works for an international organization giving help in a place where people need it Thesaurus: charities and charitable organizations or peopleh …

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  • 55Aid-de-camp — n.; pl. {Aids de camp}. . [F. aide de camp (literally) camp assistant.] (Mil.) An officer selected by a general to carry orders, also to assist or represent him in correspondence and in directing movements. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 56Aid-major — Aid ma jor, n. The adjutant of a regiment. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 57aïd-el-adha — ● aïd el kébir ou aïd el adha nom féminin invariable (arabe ‘Ïd al kabï r, ‘Ïd al aḍḥä) Fête religieuse musulmane commémorant le sacrifice d Abraham, célébrée à l époque du pèlerinage annuel à La Mecque …

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  • 58aïd-el-fitr — ● aïd el fitr ou aïd el séghir nom féminin invariable (arabe ‘Ïd al afiṭr, ‘Ïd al ṣaghir) Fête religieuse musulmane marquant la fin du ramadan …

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  • 59aïd-el-kébir — ● aïd el kébir ou aïd el adha nom féminin invariable (arabe ‘Ïd al kabï r, ‘Ïd al aḍḥä) Fête religieuse musulmane commémorant le sacrifice d Abraham, célébrée à l époque du pèlerinage annuel à La Mecque …

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  • 60aïd-el-séghir — ● aïd el fitr ou aïd el séghir nom féminin invariable (arabe ‘Ïd al afiṭr, ‘Ïd al ṣaghir) Fête religieuse musulmane marquant la fin du ramadan …

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