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  • 141aid — noun 1》 help or support. 2》 material help given to a place in need. 3》 historical a grant of subsidy or tax to a king. verb help in the achievement of something. Phrases in aid of chiefly Brit. in support of. what s (all) this in aid of? Brit.… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 142aid — Government assistance in the form of cash, goods, or services. Government aid to a country’s industrial sectors or geographical regions ranges from *grants to *tax breaks to technical assistance. International aid includes the transfer of… …

    Auditor's dictionary

  • 143aid — v 1. help, assist, bestead, accommodate, oblige, abet, befriend; contribute, join in, Inf. pitch in, Inf. chip in, lend a hand, lend oneself to, play or do one s part, boost, give a boost to, give a lift to; (all usually negative) lift a finger,… …

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  • 144aid — 1. noun 1) with the aid of his colleagues Syn: assistance, support, help, backing, cooperation 2) humanitarian aid Syn: relief, assistance, support, subsidy, funding, donation …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 145aid and comfort — Help; support; assistance; counsel; encouragement. As an element in the crime of treason (Constitution of the United States, Art. Ill, No. 3), the giving of aid and comfort to the enemy may consist in a mere attempt. It is not essential to… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 146aid and comfort — Help; support; assistance; counsel; encouragement. As an element in the crime of treason (Constitution of the United States, Art. Ill, No. 3), the giving of aid and comfort to the enemy may consist in a mere attempt. It is not essential to… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 147aid — Verb: To support by furnishing strength or means. Anno: 22 ALR 1320. Noun: Money or substance given by way of assistance, for example, appropriations for foreign countries economically distressed. See aids; federal aid; state aid; welfare …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 148aid and comfort — Help; assistance; encouragement; counsel. An element of the crime of treason. One gives aid and comfort to the enemy where he commits an overt act which, in its natural consequence, if successful, would encourage and advance the interests of the… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 149aid bonds — County or municipal bonds issued in aid of a private enterprise, such as a railroad, in the interest of the public. People ex rel. Danville, Olney & Ohio River Railroad Co. v Granville, 104 Ill 285, 288. See railroad aid bonds …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 150aid — [15] Aid comes ultimately from the same source as adjutant (which originally meant simply ‘assistant’). Latin juvāre became, with the addition of the prefix ad ‘to’, adjuvāre ‘give help to’; from its past participle adjutus was formed a new verb …

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  • 151-aid — comb. form denoting an organization or event that raises money for charity (school aid). Etymology: 20th c.: orig. in Band Aid, rock musicians campaigning for famine relief …

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  • 152Aid Association of Lutherans — The Aid Association for Lutherans was founded in 1902 in Wisconsin as a fraternal benefit society aimed at providing low cost life insurance to its members and supporting Lutheran communities in America.The group merged its insurance and… …

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  • 153Aid and Rescue Committee — The Aid and Rescue Committee, or Va adat Ha Ezrah ve ha Hatzalah be Budapesht (name in Hebrew: ועדת העזרה וההצלה בבודפשט; called the Vaada ) Braham, Randolph L. Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust (Hebrew edition) , Yad Vashem and Sifriat Hapoalim,… …

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  • 154aid — 1. noun /eɪd/ a) Help assistance; succor, relief. The incompetent generals brilliant aid often made priceless suggestions. b) The person who promotes or helps in something being done; a helper; an assistant …

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  • 155AID — Abbreviation for donor of heterologous (artificial) insemination. programmable hearing a. multichannel hearing a. that can use more than one level dependent frequency response strategy. * * * acquired immunodeficiency disease; acute infectious… …

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  • 156aid —   transfer of resources from a donor to a recipient. May be undertaken at a variety of scales usually under the following conditions:   bilaterally between national governments. The donor will usually attach specific conditions both economic and… …

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  • 157AID — 1. Archives Internationales de la Danse. Créées à Paris, en 1931, par le Suédois Rolf de Maré. Contenaient des ouvrages, des gravures, etc. En 1945, le fonds des AID fut offert à peu près intégralement à la Bibliothèque de l Opéra de Paris. 2.… …

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  • 158aid climbing — noun rock climbing using objects such as pegs placed in the rock. Compare with free climbing. Derivatives aid climb noun & verb …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 159aid worker — noun (C) someone working for an international organization who brings food and other supplies to people in danger from war, famine etc: UN aid workers in Yugoslavia …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 160aid application — paramos paraiška statusas Aprobuotas sritis parama žemės ūkiui apibrėžtis Pagal atskiras Europos žemės ūkio orientavimo ir garantijų fondo Garantijų skyriaus priemonių administravimo taisykles nustatytos formos dokumentas, kurį vykdomajai… …

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