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Pluto, Hades, Aides, Aidoneus(noun)
(Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
AIDES is a French community-based non-profit organisation that was founded in 1984 by Daniel Defert following the death of his lifelong companion Michel Foucault. The name is a word play on aides and AIDS. Its aim is to bring people living with HIV/AIDS together with their loved ones and peers into an organized entity dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS and to defend the rights of people and communities affected by this disease. As of 2007, AIDES is active in France in 100 cities with 400 staff members and more than 1000 registered and trained volunteers. It is the largest non-governmental organization in France working on HIV issues, by number of activists and budget. It is considered one of the main observers of the epidemic in France. Internationally, AIDES has developed strong partnerships with fellow community-based NGOs in Africa, in Europe and in Canada to strengthen the role of civil society by sharing best practices and to jointly advocate for global access to care and prevention. It also developed a partnership with the UN Programme on HIV/AIDS
aside, A-side, daies, ideas, Sadie, saide
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Some of President Obama's aides in the White House were swept up in the drama and idealism of the moment.
There are no structures, vehicle gates, lighting, or other aides to enhance the training simulations at the JJRTC (training center).
This has no effect. Last time I checked, former Obama aides and/or outside groups don't really have a vote within the Democratic caucus.
Divine right went out with the American Revolution and doesn't belong to the White House aides. What meat do they eat that makes them grow so great
Basit Usman was shot in the shoulder and he can't move the right side of his body because of a mild stroke, he has aides who were also badly hit from the encounter.
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