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auxiliary

1. Nautical (of a sailing vessel) having an engine
2. Nautical
a. a sailing vessel with an engine
b. the engine of such a vessel
3. Navy a vessel such as a tug, hospital ship, etc., not used for combat
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Velda, with her husband, John, who passed away in December 2001, is very active in the post and auxiliary.
DAV Auxiliary National Commander Testimonial Dinner
This information was used to determine the vehicle operating conditions, utilization patterns and the auxiliary loads during those conditions.
On some later marks of Merlins and all Griffons, the engines were provided with a single dedicated drive to an aircraft-mounted auxiliary gearbox from which all the various auxiliary units were driven.
Auxiliary firefighters at a road traffic collision demonstration in Grangetown.
The purpose of our paper is to provide game managers with guidance on how best to incorporate auxiliary studies in SPR.
You can also look for the auxiliary fuel tank selector switch inside your HMMWV.
The American Legion Auxiliary USAA Rewards World MasterCard credit card would help expand community outreach programmes and activities.
Some of its programs include Share & Wear, where Junior Auxiliary members provide clothes and backpacks to children, and City Youth, where members serve a weekly dinner to about 60 elementary school children,
We wrote Coast Guard Auxiliary, and as a reader who is also an Auxiliary member pointed out, the Auxiliary has no law enforcement or citation power.
OTHER bishops who may feel under pressure to resign: JIM Moriarty, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin was an auxiliary bishop in Dublin from 1991 to 2002.