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1. Mountaineering any of various devices such as piton or nut when used as a direct help in the ascent
2. (in medieval Europe; in England after 1066) a feudal payment made to the king or any lord by his vassals, usually on certain occasions such as the marriage of a daughter or the knighting of an eldest son

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The club have more first aiders on duty for big games.
Luckily my mum is a first aider where she works, so asked for an antiseptic wipe and had a look at Rhiannon too."
Most popular mod is to remove one rung of steps and cut sticks down to 20 "-22" between steps for a more favorable weight/ height package appropriate for aider usage.
Philippine Red Cross (PRC) Chairman Richard Gordon on Monday urged all businessmen in the country to have trained first aiders in their establishments following the accident that led to the death of veteran actor Eddie Garcia.
Intuitive user interfaces and ready-made guides and questions ensure that Aider is simple to use but also saves time, offers real-time insights and performs tasks for the business owner.
The Punjab Emergency Service registered over 150, 000 personnel and trained 60,000 rescue scouts to further launch the First Aider Programme in every home across the province, he added.
His dad Michael and fellow first aiders Gette Fulton and Kayleigh Frew also helped the injured.
I would like to thank the first aider and a fellow passenger who both left the train to look after us at Flint station.
In National Westminster, the court found that the circumstances of the primary fraud were alleged in sufficient detail, but were not sufficiently detailed to support the further inference of aider and abettor liability on the part of the defendant law firm.
The funds will help the charity achieve its aim of having a first aider on every street in Wales by 2017.
A CARDIFF office worker has said thank you to a first aider who saved his life after he suffered a massive heart attack.