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aided

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  • v  give help or assistance; be of service
  • v  improve the condition of
  • a  having help; often used as a combining form

  • Hewlett was 51 when, aided by infertility treatments, she conceived Emma, 4 "27 is the age at which a woman's chance of getting pregnant begins to decline.
  • Some Indonesian guerrillas even sneaked through the jungles into Sarawak to stir up trouble; they were relentlessly hunted down by tough little British army Gurkhas, aided by half .
  • In retaliation, Chinese, sometimes aided by Indians, armed themselves with pistols and shotguns and struck at Malay kampongs (villages).
News & Articles

  • Safe Haven Inc. short of funds; yard sale slated
    THOMASVILLE — An organization that has aided sick and needy people for nearly 17 years is financially unhealthy. Safe Haven Inc., a 501(c)(3) humanitarian organization that assists area HIV/AIDS patients and their families, is at risk for closure because of a lack of funds.
    June 17, 2013 - Thomasville Times-Enterprise
  • Business, education partnership benefits both
    WORCESTER - Four computer-aided design and robotics students from Worcester Technical High School who recently completed their senior year involvement in a partnership with local business Columbia Tech say the experience has taught them what it takes to succeed in their budding careers.
    June 17, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
  • Investment in careers
    WORCESTER - Four computer-aided design and robotics students from Worcester Technical High School who recently completed their senior year involvement in a partnership with local business Columbia Tech say the experience has taught them what it takes to succeed in their budding careers.
    June 17, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in UPI.com
    These leads have aided countries around the world in preventing or investigating many of the past decade's most visible and violent terrorist attacks and attempted attacks,the president said.
  • David Stern in SI.com
    Suffice to say, we would have liked to have terminated him earlier, but our understanding was the investigation would best be aided if we did not terminate Mr. Donaghy,Stern said.
  • Charles Schumer in The Associated Press
    Now that the Times Square terrorist has pleaded guilty in court, it is time to take the next step by confronting the organization that aided and abetted him,Sen. Charles Schumer, DN.Y., said in a statement.

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