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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

Synonyms for aid

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Harrison challenged Brown, wound up his artificial aid, and the contest started in front of an in-the-know audience, with a bang.
My 40 Derbys have come in the era when artificial aid has been available, and the record shows that 24 have been run on good ground, eight on firm, five on good to firm, and one each on dead (Shergar), soft (Teenoso) and good to soft (High Chaparral).
Le Meridien was partnered to victory by Fergal Lynch but, according to Wainwright, a more artificial aid was also important in her return to form.
JAMES CHESTER says Aston Villa fans will need no artificial aids to ramp up the atmosphere in the Second City derby.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Artificial Aids And Appliances
He said"In the pearl-diving competition, participants were not allowed to use life vests or other artificial aids, but had to dive in the traditional manner.
We also embrace natural horsemanship techniques -- no artificial aids, no crops, no spurs.
The first artificial aids to change shapes with clothes was in the 1400s and the exhibition shows how this has continued through time to the present.
The latter was spiced up with a spot of vocoder trickery but, that apart, there were no artificial aids for one of the great voices of British pop who underlined his elevation to the ranks of genuine all-round entertainers with big-band stomps through Brother Can You Spare A Dime and Feeling Good (a slide-show of Dita Von Teese providing an extra little treat for us hetro-sexagenarians who had infiltrated his core fan-bases).
The boy, who uses no artificial aids when batting and bowling, dreams of playing cricket for England and has already been identified as a top future disabilities talent by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
The Walkwood Middle School pupil, who was born with no hands or forearms, uses no artificial aids when batting and bowling.
Festival middle-age starts to spread from 2012, so it might be an idea to make the most of the ale celebration's juvenility while it can still stand upright without artificial aids, personal support or stimulants of around 7.