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Synonyms for aid

to give support or assistance

the act or an instance of helping

assistance, especially money, food, and other necessities, given to the needy or dispossessed

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In Orr,(19) the convicted aider was an apartment manager who assisted in the creation and filing of fictitious tax returns for prospective tenants.
The first aiders had even caught Jake and made a makeshift lead out of a bandage before returning him home by van.
An ambulance was called and two first aiders, a barman and restaurant manager from the pub, came to help.
The event was organised by first aider Martin Joyce, of Allesley Park, and other volunteers, most of whom work at Royal Mail.
Le ministre des Finances, Dr Youssef Boutros-Ghali a affirme hier que le gouvernement egyptien etait dispose a aider le Soudan a restruturer ses dettes dues au Fonds.
Now, Keeley Pearson is the St John Ambulance Young First Aider of the Year.
A rescue helicopter crew from RAF Valley winched down a first aider to help the fisherman on the Dutch vessel about 20 miles from coast.
Viens aider ma faiblesse,'' one of those spots in the score where Saint-Saens' dramatic drive matches his ear for the aesthetically pleasurable.
Nor did the court find Peat acted as aider and abettor of the fraud.
Les forces d'occupation veulent mettre la pression dans le but d'imposer aux autorites palestiniennes de les aider a retrouver trois Israeliens disparus jeudi soir en Cisjordanie.
A spokesman for Venue Cymru said: "Frank was a gentleman and a dedicated first aider who provided valuable assistance to our team through his work with St John's Ambulance.
A trained first aider assessed Mr Hill but did not recognise the seriousness of his injuries.
For the past six years Ashley has been a qualified first aider in St John Ambulance, and in recent months he has supported other Cadets with dyspraxia and helped them understand the condition.
We know how important first aid is and believe that no-one should suffer from the lack of a trained first aider.
Thanks to the paramedics who escorted me to the hospital, the staff at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, the Rock Steady assistants at the rink and, most of all, the young female St Andrew's Ambulance first aider who, for half an hour, lay beside me on the ice.