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aide

Social welfare an unqualified assistant to a professional welfare worker

AIDE

(Android IDE) An integrated development environment (IDE) that runs on an Android device. It compiles Android source code into an APK file within the Android smartphone or tablet without requiring a personal computer or cloud-based processing. See IDE and Android.
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White House officials don't make a ton of money: Top aides earn less than Yale Law School graduates just starting careers in New York firms.
She shows the waiting pool aides the system for stocking and passing trays.
Davis' finance director, Steve Peace, has already instructed his staff to cooperate with Arduin in performing the audit, and she is expected to have staff assistance from Republicans in the Legislature, according to Schwarzenegger aides.
To be eligible for Fedcap's free Home Health Aide training and employment, candidates must be a U.
Many of these aides are among the most dedicated and lowest-paid employees in the LAUSD, their supporters say.
as running mate has only hastened Kerry's drift towards the center; as a candidate in the primaries, Edwards relied even more heavily than Kerry did on ex-Clintonites, and many of his top aides have now moved to the Kerry campaign.
Web-based seminars or lectures may be more appealing to nurse aides, especially those sessions featuring dynamic, entertaining speakers.
Diet politicians were once criticized for blaming their aides whenever money scandals surfaced.
but this is unlikely to occur in homes with low numbers of nurses' aides.
Rosalie Crowe borrowed $12,000 from the Small Business Administration to start Southern Hospitality, a home nurse's aide service in Fayetteville, North Carolina, in 1994.
Created in 1984, AIDES (which means "helps" in French) is the first AIDS-prevention non-profit organization in France.
Four members of the South Carolina District Court owe their jobs to Thurmond, including former aides Terry Wooten, Henry Herlong, and Dennis Shedd--recently promoted to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals--as well as Joseph Anderson, who hails from Strom's hometown of Edgefield.