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Synonyms for aid

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 addition to being the market leader of components pertinent to the global hearing aid industry, the company is also the leading provider of MEMS surface mount microphones to major cell phone brands and consumer electronic devices in the world.
In TIA's reply comments, the record shows support from two key stakeholder groups a robust coalition representing the consumers impacted by TIA's request, and the hearing aid industry. Furthermore, the record notably contains no opposition to TIA's request of the FCC.
An unidentified aid industry expert told the daily, "It is surprising that no action was taken, which suggests that, at best, DfID was asleep to the loss of its property and, at worst, that its local partners were colluding with the terrorists."
This changing composition of aid flows will have a dramatic effect on the aid industry, according to ODI Research Fellow Romilly Greenhill who said: "These new forms of financial assistance will have a game-changing effect on aid.
Cherukuri, has just shaken up the hearing aid industry with the invention of a medical-grade, affordable hearing aid.
Embroidering History will be welcomed by humanists, history enthusiasts, and those interested in the way the aid industry is evolving.
Hear4u is at the forefront of the hearing aid industry. It helps people with hearing loss to continue to live an active and full life thanks to advances in hearing systems.
The overall number of fraud cases in the medical aid industry has decreased, but among service providers it was increasing, a KPMG survey has found.
of Manchester) cite some case studies and ponder the implications of a novel idea about helping poor people: giving them money instead of maintaining a huge aid industry. The stories come from Mexico, South Africa, and Namibia, and tell of such matters as cash transfers today, eating more and better, turning a dollar grant into two-dollar income, identifying recipients, the conditionality dilemma, and the way forward.
The 128-year-old firm has appointed Graham Roberts who has worked in the hearing aid industry for a number of years to conduct tests and advise clients at the Ranelagh Street shop.
The organisation has developed standards that the aid industry can ask donors to meet with their gifts--such as making sure the donation of medicine is not the dumping of drugs that are 20 years out of date.
Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of FinAid.org, which tracks the college financial aid industry, said scammers usually target cheap schools because their low tuition means more cash is left over after the school is paid, Kantrowitz said.
In both the February and March issues of African Business you have provided details of the negative impact of the Aid industry on Africa's economies as well as its physical and ideological infrastructure.
Michael Nilsson, Ph.D., vice president of Auditory Research and director of the Center for Amplification and Hearing Research for Sonic Innovations, says that the sonicBLU is an example of how technology has been applied to the hearing aid industry to help people interact and, therefore, improve the lives of hearing-impaired listeners.