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AIDER appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

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Video footage: United States: 1970s: man collapsed underneath boxes. Men move boxes from casualty. First aider checks for response from injured man. Man undoes shirt of casualty. Man boxes boxes.
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Definition of the noun AIDER

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noun - plural: aiders

  1. One that assists.

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Google previewSelf Monitoring Use with Students Diagnosed with Developmental Disabilities (2009)

The Motiv Aider is a small, watch like band, which straps comfortably around the student's wrist. The MotivAider vibrates when the teacher instructs it to. The band comes with a controller, so the teacher can make the device vibrate when they ...

Google previewThe Oxford Companion to International Criminal Justice (2009)

by Antonio Cassese

the aider is an accessory to a crime committed by a principal; (ii) no common plan or agreement is required and the principal may be unaware of the accomplice's contribution; (iii) the accomplice ...

Google previewPlanets & Perception (1988)

Telescopic Views and Interpretations, 1609-1909 by William Sheehan

The name M aider is a misprint of Madler. Figure 5.4 Drawings of Mars by Rev. William Rutter Dawes,

Google previewThe Dispensatory of the United States of America (1833)

The black aider is an indigenous shrub, with a stem six ...

Google previewThe Personal Security Handbook (2003)

by Christopher McNab, Joanna Rabiger

The difficulty for the first aider is that the compression may develop hours, even days, after the injury was sustained. A recent head injury is your first clue to cerebral compression. The casualty's mental state will move towards disorientation, ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1818)

by John Jamieson

The aider, a tree, S. Statist. Acc. ALLER, adv. Wholly, entirely, altoge- ther. Aller- hale, a pleonasm. Barbour. O. E. aider, id. often prefixed to a superlative, V. . " a cup full of venom ;" like Ui eitrorm. Orktt. The same with the Assttag of St Xilda.

Google previewBouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia (1914)

by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle

AIDER BY VERDICT. The presumption which arises after verdict, whether In a civil or criminal case, that those facts, without proof of which the verdict could not have been found, were proved, though they are not distinctly alleged In the record; ...

Google previewA New Law Dictionary (1847)

Containing Explanations of Such Technical Terms and Phrases as Occur in the Works of Legal Authors, in the Practice of the Courts, and in the Parliamentary Proceedings of the Houses of Lords and Commons; to which is Added an Outline of an Action at Law and of a Suit in Equity by Henry James Holthouse


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Scrabble value of A1I1D2E1R1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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