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Synonyms for auxiliary

Synonyms for auxiliary

giving or able to give help or support

a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

Synonyms for auxiliary

someone who acts as assistant

functioning in a supporting capacity

furnishing added support

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The Navy has two types of auxiliary personnel lighters--large and small.
Even including the cost of equipment and personnel cost per procedure and factoring in the cost of retreating teeth for which the treatments fail, the total cost of having auxiliary personnel treat and retreat over a 1-year period was half the cost of having a dentist use ART and less than one-third the cost of having a dentist use amalgam.
Acute shortage of nurses, paramedical and auxiliary personnel has been a major hindrance in the performance of health sector in Pakistan.
Biste supervised 18 geologists and 120 auxiliary personnel to cut a total of 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) of exploration trails through the jungle to take a total of 21,000 samples on the Buen Futuro and surrounding areas.
auxiliary personnel services for the different events to be held at bec.
Doctors, hygienists, assistants (treatment coordinators), business administrators, hygiene coordinators, and any other auxiliary personnel, can be a Minnie or a Maxine.
My own feeling is that using auxiliary personnel to help us do the kind of procedures we do, there's nothing wrong with that," he said.
And it can do all that with one-third fewer pharmacy and auxiliary personnel than were required at the facility that the new plant replaced.
During its first month of administration, the Minsa holder has as main achievements the launching of the Pact for Health, the inclusion of the varicella vaccine in the National Vaccination Scheme 2018, the relaunching of the National School of Public Health, the new salary scale for health professionals, technical and auxiliary personnel and the intensification of actions against dengue in Madre de Dios
outline recommendations on present and future auxiliary personnel needs
Hand in hand with the pharmacist question is the issue of where the nation's drug chains will find the auxiliary personnel they will need.
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