Definitions for aideeɪd
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adjutant, aide, aide-de-camp(noun)
an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer
someone who acts as assistant
An officer who acts as assistant to a more senior one; an aide-de-camp.
Origin: From aider, from adiuvo.
Aide was the Basque numenistic deity of the air. She could manifest herself in both good and evil forms.
The numerical value of aide in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of aide in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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The EC signalled there is high risk of launching a probe against Poland due to illegal public aide.
If I am to die, this is the week for it. -- John F. Kennedy (to aide John McClone in response to a CIA report about rumours of an assassination plot), June 1962.
It’s household management, it’s home health aide, it’s a nurse, it’s running around, it’s taxi driver, it’s all the stuff together, it’s [to] be the family, it’s [to] be everything.
It affects her aide, it’s an indirect negative, and therefore the press finds it more interesting than the public does. I’m not trying to say it’s a positive by any means. Clinton has much bigger issues affecting her campaign than a side show like this.
Rob Boatright added. One Senate Republican aide said Democrats should follow recent precedent, not the shrill calls of partisan opposition groups. When President Obama took office, The Senate confirmed seven of his nominees President Obama first day in office, and nearly all of them within two weeks.
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