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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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Aides should keep track of the following information at a minimum: (1) description of gift received; (2) date of receipt; (3) circumstances of receipt; (4) estimated retail value of gift; (5) description or identification of the gift-giver (the "person making the presentation and the organization or Government entity he/she represents"); and (6) disposition of the gift.
If the process of using the two aides to iron out points of divergence once the main principles have been identified by the leaders proves successful, then it is "very likely" the leaders will use them for other issues too, he noted.
Former home health aides George Babuadze, Raisa Haypapeyan, Rima Petrosyan, Julieta Sephashvili, Elvira Bruce, and Sahakanush Yuzbashyan each pleaded guilty to petit larceny, an A Misdemeanor, and will pay restitution ranging from $3,000 to $5,000.
If legislation allowed the utilization of medication aides in long-term care settings, we would promulgate regulations regarding the amount and type of training and testing CNAs would have to undergo to qualify as CMAs.
She's a legislative aide for a GOP senator and is interrogating me.
Enlisted aides aren't "cooks," "maids" or "butlers.
Providers have sought approval to train medication aides on the premises of assisted living communities, and two-thirds of the states with programs currently allow them to do so.
HCPro also recently acquired the assets of E-quipping, a nurse aide training company.
Initially an instructional aide in the district, Sharif now teaches high school math.
Most of Tanaka's aides paid from public funds were employees of her family companies.
White House aides can recite the date--June 2004--without hesitation.
The article notes that White House aides were worried over a pledge made by Sen.