aide vs aid

aide aid

Definitions

  • 1) military An officer who acts as assistant to a more senior one; an aide-de-camp.
  • 2) military An officer who acts as assistant to a more senior one; an aide-de-camp.
  • 3) An assistant.
  • 4) An assistant; a helper.
  • 5) An aide-de-camp.
  • 6) an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer
  • 7) someone who acts as assistant
  • 8) Same as aide-de-camp.

Definitions

  • 1) law A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his feudal lord on special occasions.
  • 2) The person who promotes or helps in something being done; a helper; an assistant.
  • 3) UK A historical subsidy granted to the crown by Parliament for an extraordinary purpose, such as a war effort
  • 4) UK A historical subsidy granted to the crown by Parliament for an extraordinary purpose, such as a war effort
  • 5) UK An exchequer loan.
  • 6) Something which helps; a material source of help.
  • 7) UK An exchequer loan.
  • 8) An aide-de-camp, so called by abbreviation
  • 9) Help; assistance; succor, relief.
  • 10) law A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his feudal lord on special occasions.
  • 11) Something that provides help, support, or relief, such as money or supplies.
  • 12) A monetary payment to a feudal lord by a vassal in medieval England.
  • 13) The act or result of helping; assistance.
  • 14) Something, such as a device, that provides improvement.
  • 15) An assistant or helper.
  • 16) An aide or aide-de-camp.
  • 17) to beseech and claim such assistance.
  • 18) (Feudal Law) A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his lord on special occasions.
  • 19) (Eng. Hist.) A subsidy granted to the king by Parliament; also, an exchequer loan.
  • 20) An aid-de-camp, so called by abbreviation.
  • 21) The person or thing that promotes or helps in something done; a helper; an assistant.
  • 22) (Law) a proceeding by which a defendant beseeches and claims assistance from some one who has a further or more permanent interest in the matter in suit.
  • 23) (Law) a proceeding by which a defendant beseeches and claims assistance from some one who has a further or more permanent interest in the matter in suit.
  • 24) (Eng. Hist.) A subsidy granted to the king by Parliament; also, an exchequer loan.
  • 25) Help; succor; assistance; relief.
  • 26) (Feudal Law) A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his lord on special occasions.
  • 27) a resource
  • 28) money to support a worthy person or cause
  • 29) the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
  • 30) the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
  • 31) In feudal law, a customary payment made by a tenant or vassal to his lord, originally a voluntary gift; hence, in English history, applied to the forms of taxation employed by the crown between the Norman conquest and the fourteenth century.
  • 32) A reach in a river.
  • 33) plural In the manège, the helps by which a horseman contributes toward the motion or action required of a horse, as by a judicious use of the heel, leg, rein, or spur.
  • 34) An aide-de-camp: so called by abbreviation.
  • 35) A deep gutter cut across plowed land.
  • 36) In the navy, an officer on the staff of an admiral whose duties are similar to those of an aide-de-camp to a general.
  • 37) Help; succor; support; assistance.
  • 38) He who or that which aids or yields assistance; a helper; an auxiliary; an assistant: as, Coleridge's “Aids to Reflection.”
  • 39) transitive To (give) support (to); to further the progress of; to help; to assist.
  • 40) transitive To (give) support (to); to further the progress of; to help; to assist.
  • 41) give help or assistance; be of service
  • 42) improve the condition of
  • 43) To promote the course or accomplishment of; help in advancing or bringing about; forward; facilitate: as, to aid the recovery of a patient, or the operation of a machine; to aid one's designs.
  • 44) To help; assist; afford support or relief; promote the desire, purpose, or action of: as, to aid a person in his business, or an animal in its efforts; to aid a medicine in its operation.
  • 45) To provide assistance, support, or relief to.
  • 46) To provide assistance, support, or relief.
  • 47) To support, either by furnishing strength or means in coöperation to effect a purpose, or to prevent or to remove evil; to help; to assist.

Examples

  • 1) Her close aides have also caused friction.
  • 2) His closest aides are similarly critical.
  • 3) More than a dozen people have been arrested in the case, including ministers and presidential aides.
  • 4) Government aides say that it is rarely applied.
  • 5) Royal aides insisted the increased cost was justified by the number of official visits last year.
  • 6) Build up a rapport with them and their closest aides.
  • 7) Presidential aides have scouted about a dozen churches in this city looking for a good fit.
  • 8) But aides insisted he would not quit.
  • 9) At least that is how one of his closest aides put it to me.
  • 10) It has left presidential aides sounding more than usually optimistic.
  • 11) aides insisted that he would leave his schedule unchanged.
  • 12) One senior party aide had a blunt message for those who shared their contrition with him last week.
  • 13) His aides insisted that it was.
  • 14) At least 12 presidential aides are being held with him.
  • 15) White House aides insisted that the speech would not be political.
  • 16) One Scottish ministerial aide predicted that a string of government ministers and aides would resign as a result.
  • 17) Throughout his absence aides have insisted that the President is still in charge and that business goes on.
  • 18) A senior royal aide said yesterday that the plan had now been shelved.
  • 19) One government aide said: 'She is feeling very silly today.
  • 20) This is a thrashing,' said a presidential aide.
  • 21) aides stressed that governments had, in the past, changed the tax regime to target bankers directly.
  • 22) But the graduation requirement may be satisfied within the school by working as teacher's aides, library assistants or tutors.
  • 23) He suggested, with an irony apparent only to him and a few close aides, that there were more important things to worry about.
  • 24) A close aide of the company's chief executive sits in on most of his meetings, almost certainly to report back.
  • 25) Former McCain aide is telling the Republicans to back same-sex marriage.
  • 26) Why am I not surprised that an Obama aide is accepting of an anti-military stance from a college admin?
  • 27) Considering how unlikely that is, the aide is being perfectly reasonable.
  • 28) A senior Kremlin aide all but ruled out one of the most potent weapons that hawks in the U.S. want to include in any international sanctions: gasoline and other refined petroleum products.
  • 29) Reuters Putin aide Sergei Sobyanin, seen in a 2005 photo, is on the short list.
  • 30) CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - McCain aide pushes back on Palin quotes « - Blogs from CNN. com
  • 31) An Iraqi court sentenced Saddam Hussein aide Tariq Aziz to death for his role in the torture and killings of Shiite Islamist party members.
  • 32) First on the Ticker: Bush, Palin aide disputes book claims
  • 33) The average salary of a Congressional aide is over twice the federal poverty level for a family of four: let new hires buy their own darn health insurance policies.
  • 34) ‘The nurses, anesthesiologists, medical technicians and aides who assist the surgeon are paid.’
  • 35) ‘Beside him sit two more press aides and an assistant, who also chip in if they feel matters need explaining.’
  • 36) ‘The prime minister now has relatively young and inexperienced aides in his political office.’
  • 37) ‘Mrs. Smith is caring for her husband with some assistance from home care aides.’
  • 38) ‘Nigerian presidential aides said at midday yesterday that Obasanjo had departed for Liberia.’
  • 39) ‘Corruption scandals involving presidential aides have also drained his approval ratings.’
  • 40) ‘Presidential aides have promised to review the attack to see what lessons, if any, might be learned from the incident.’
  • 41) ‘The Prime Minister's closest aides are confident that their political master can ride out the latest storm.’
  • 42) ‘The mayor and his top aides are talented people who do their best as they see it.’
  • 43) ‘He sat down and an aide attached a microphone to his jacket.’
  • 44) ‘It's also why he and his aides joke that the press is his political base.’
  • 45) ‘His aides had cut him off from the political infighting that his illness has triggered at home.’
  • 46) ‘The president had an aide call the senator over to him to talk privately with him.’
  • 47) ‘As for the pace of this preparation, the aides are saying the president is comfortable with him.’
  • 48) ‘Kerry's aides have said they do not believe the timing was politically motivated.’
  • 49) ‘Now, aides say the president is comfortable with the pace of his debate preparations.’
  • 50) ‘The president and his aides are simply saying right now they're going to do what it takes.’
  • 51) ‘Bush aides say the president took all of that in stride but he also took it to heart.’
  • 52) ‘Parry was due to serve breakfast to President Bush's top aides this morning, the newspaper said.’
  • 53) ‘Top aides to President George Bush arranged a statement on the airport tarmac in Toledo, Ohio.’
  • 54) ‘I remember serving for a time as an aide and jeep driver to one of the commanders.’
  • 55) ‘Although he plays down his army service, he was an aide to Field Marshal Montgomery.’
  • 56) ‘When the war began he had been a captain of artillery and a general's aide.’
  • 57) ‘The aide gave a vague idea of the pickup point - the military side of the airfield.’
  • 58) ‘An aide to generals during World War II, he learned to command by watching them in action.’
  • 59) ‘But in recent weeks aides to the general have said he is not bound by the agreement.’
  • 60) ‘General Howrad was basking in the cheers when, his aide leaned in and whispered something in his ear.’
  • 61) ‘An aide later found it crumpled in the general's shirt pocket.’
  • 62) ‘The Admiral looked at his aide and looked at his counsel of fellow officers.’

Examples

  • 1) Our economy depends on it and people must be aided to go about their business.
  • 2) Three quarters of the population now depend on food aid to survive.
  • 3) Where do you think all the aid money our country gives them comes from?
  • 4) Getting aid and assistance to remote areas is a huge challenge.
  • 5) Alongside her was a beaming aid worker.
  • 6) The firm shut for business last month after it was stopped from claiming legal aid cash.
  • 7) The club said it called a taxi to avoid waiting for an ambulance and provided first aid on site.
  • 8) And he called on Brussels to cough up more aid cash to help Egypt cope with the influx.
  • 9) What will it aid or assist in doing?
  • 10) His father insists that he went to help aid efforts.
  • 11) He now plans a triathlon in aid of cancer and spinal charities.
  • 12) aid trucks and army patrols jammed the streets.
  • 13) The charity provides aid for tens of thousands of people caught up in the civil war.
  • 14) Villages built by aid money stand alongside the overgrown ruins of their predecessors.
  • 15) It is hoped it could aid people with serious medical problems such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
  • 16) To bring a claim we needed to apply for legal aid.
  • 17) There is a huge demand for advanced training aids and personalised equipment.
  • 18) The aid agency continues to demand an independent inquiry into the attack.
  • 19) Researchers found memory aids like keeping food wrappers helped people reduce their meal sizes.
  • 20) Those that need aid most are often so badly run that their leaders steal or squander it.
  • 21) But this time it was all in aid of charity.
  • 22) Yet a combination of diplomacy backed by a willingness to provide direct military aid has a chance of arresting the slide.
  • 23) Key receivers can provide invaluable aid.
  • 24) She says that finding ways to improve humanitarian aid through raising awareness and building relationships with big business is her key motivation.
  • 25) The country's faltering economy is dependent largely on international reconstruction assistance and humanitarian aid.
  • 26) Remember, "helps "means only that the medicine will aid or assist.
  • 27) Yes, the government, the army and the aid agencies are doing their best.
  • 28) It is conceivable, of course, that some parents might have figured out that particular cluster of deceptive behaviours without the aid of this book.
  • 29) Think it is about time Tony Snow resigned because he has provided “aid and comfort to our enem..strike that..aid and comfort to the democrats.”
  • 30) It testified to a hearty belief that there should be institutions well equipped in which provision should be made for the higher education of those called to leadership, as preachers, teachers, etc. It especially called attention to the opinion that the _gifts of the North in aid of educational work_ in the South should proceed _upon lines of intelligence, equality and discriminating selection, and that great care should be taken by the people of the South in authorizing appeals for outside aid_.
  • 31) As developing country voices, including the powerful emerging donors, are increasingly heard in international relations, and particularly in the corridors of the OECD, so the term "aid" feels ever more old-fashioned.
  • 32) Disturbingly, NONE of the promised 1.15 billion in aid from the U.S. has materialized.
  • 33) But the tuition increases and the bad economy are raising the need for financial aid much faster than our investment in aid is moving.
  • 34) At a recent debate hosted by the Overseas Development Institute, Brian Atwood, the chairman of the OECD's development assistance committee DAC and the man ultimately responsible for making a success of the Busan meeting, expressed his dislike of the term "aid".
  • 35) Just a week after announcing plans to repay $45 billion in aid from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), the nation's largest lender said Wednesday it had cut a check to the government for the full amount.
  • 36) Since 1949 Israel has received $106 billion dollars in aid from the US.
  • 37) ‘SIR - I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the young couple who came to my aid on Friday evening when I was stranded in my car in a flood near Carleton.’
  • 38) ‘Two passers-by came to his aid and helped to find the cause of his injury.’
  • 39) ‘It is likely the victim was the only person in the carriage because no-one came to his aid or offered him help when the attack was over.’
  • 40) ‘Ms Kennedy said the service provided emotional and practical support with the aid of a team of trained volunteers fluent in many languages.’
  • 41) ‘He told of how his cousin and her family came to his aid and gratefully helped him in the reconstruction.’
  • 42) ‘‘Not one of the boys went to his aid, or thereafter summoned help, or displayed any concern for their hapless victim,’ said Mr Martin.’
  • 43) ‘Her family claims staff failed to respond to her desperate cries for help, and believe they only came to her aid when she collapsed from her injuries.’
  • 44) ‘Mr Conroy's fishing partner was rescued by two surfers who went to his aid after hearing yells for help, police said.’
  • 45) ‘Fortunately two local men came to their aid and Mrs Christie and her mother were pulled to safety before the next waves hit the shoreline.’
  • 46) ‘After they left, Fung, hungry and thirsty, shouted for help and other hikers came to his aid.’
  • 47) ‘With the help of a nurse who came to their aid, they tried without success to revive him.’
  • 48) ‘In many ways it reminded me of how Irish people responded to the great tragedy of famine in my own country of Ethiopia 20 years ago when so many of you came to our aid at a time of such need and difficulty.’
  • 49) ‘He managed to hobble to a nearby address but no-one came to his aid until a female motorist found him bleeding heavily.’
  • 50) ‘A prolific burglar who targeted vulnerable pensioners has been jailed for a second time after stealing from a ‘Good Samaritan’ who came to his aid.’
  • 51) ‘The Hacketstown community quickly came to their aid by establishing an enthusiastic committee who have come up with many novel ideas to help raise funds.’
  • 52) ‘About 25 farmers from the district then went to their aid.’
  • 53) ‘A passing patrol of some 25 troops from the Afghan National Army came to their aid.’
  • 54) ‘Passers-by came to his aid and he was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where his condition was described as ‘serious but stable’.’
  • 55) ‘Please can you print a message of thanks to the young lady who came to my aid in Hawes Lane on the morning of Saturday, June 7.’
  • 56) ‘But her family, which includes five sisters and her brother, came to her aid when most of them put themselves forward for compatibility testing.’
  • 57) ‘It specializes in bringing food and other material aid to war-torn areas.’
  • 58) ‘They also gave food and material aid to as many as 10,269 people to help reconstruct destroyed homes.’
  • 59) ‘Eventually, they turned to their church and asked for some financial aid to buy food and basics and got it.’
  • 60) ‘He said the World Food Programme was the only organisation supplying food aid to the area and that the community was willing to work with any other organisation.’
  • 61) ‘The program guarantees financial aid to low-income students who earn a ‘C’ average or above.’
  • 62) ‘Food and other aid to the refugees, living in the area for three years, has been stopped since Jan.1.’
  • 63) ‘Therefore the Department of Labor gives financial aid to students with disabilities if they want to further their studies.’
  • 64) ‘If you're recently unemployed, you may qualify for financial aid to help you meet requirements for entering a new field.’
  • 65) ‘The underfunded UN Relief and Works Agency is being forced to cut off food aid because of security restrictions.’
  • 66) ‘The country restricts the movement of foreigners, and groups that distribute aid to alleviate its food shortages are barred from some areas.’
  • 67) ‘A meaningful targeted scheme of financial aid to purchase concentrate feed is needed to avoid disaster over the coming winter and spring months, it has been claimed.’
  • 68) ‘Most crucially, the military was forced to admit its fleet of helicopters was in disrepair and there was nowhere near the amount of aircraft needed to deliver aid to remote areas cut off by landslides.’
  • 69) ‘The Government must consider giving financial aid to rural traditional medicine centres which have been operating in the State since time immemorial.’
  • 70) ‘The Wroughton-based appeal has collected and distributed hundreds of palettes of aid to disaster struck areas since the tsunami hit on December 26.’
  • 71) ‘It's a difficult environment at the best of times, but with roads cut, delivering aid to needy areas is proving to be a challenge.’
  • 72) ‘The federal government should be leading and offering financial aid to the provinces for the purpose of qualifying the skilled people who are already in our midst.’
  • 73) ‘The bad weather also blocked roads and grounded helicopters as troops raced against the approaching Himalayan winter to ferry aid to remote areas.’
  • 74) ‘In 1998, the Government provided significant financial aid to farmers.’
  • 75) ‘Gerson said rescue workers were facing difficulties in getting aid to isolated areas due to the absence of air transportation.’
  • 76) ‘To propose that the government of a third world country is not acting fast enough to send aid to certain areas is incredibly unfair.’
  • 77) ‘This allows the instructor to use the pistol as a teaching aid to show students where the sharp edges on their guns need to be relieved.’
  • 78) ‘This is an aid to bring more security in the post-Cold War era.’
  • 79) ‘Tools and training aids are available to assist your unit to train safety and succeed on the battlefield.’
  • 80) ‘Grit is essential in most birds' diets, both as an aid to digestion and as a source of minerals.’
  • 81) ‘The council justified its intervention on the basis that it had provided some aids to assist in the care of Mrs Z.’
  • 82) ‘Baboo believes that research on retention will prove an effective aid to help colleges and universities do a better job with their minority students.’
  • 83) ‘Initially many of us thought these rails were a nuisance and were too high for comfort, but experience has shown that they do make sense and are a real aid to safety and comfort in rough weather.’
  • 84) ‘The underlining served as a memory aid to help students identify and retrieve the essential elements in the problem.’
  • 85) ‘All the photographic technique is purely an aid to help the photographer get the image you want to show.’
  • 86) ‘She finally reached the correct wall, the one beside the oak tree that would serve in concealing her as well as serving as an aid to help her up.’
  • 87) ‘He achieved his circumnavigation without any electronic navigation aids or the assistance of modern satellite communication technology.’
  • 88) ‘Residual low vision may be assisted with low vision aids and low vision training in activities of daily living.’
  • 89) ‘During the Civil War, he was an indispensable aid to his father during the latter's tenure as Minister to England.’
  • 90) ‘Providing navigational aids to assist users in finding information in hypertext systems has been an ongoing research problem for well over a decade.’
  • 91) ‘The top-of-the-range model has been given sports suspension and equipped with all the electronic aids to assist the wayward driver.’
  • 92) ‘A few students reported printing the images and using them instead of the computer assisted aids.’
  • 93) ‘Student cooperatives were banned because, although recognized as an aid to poor students, they provided good places to exchange revolutionary opinions and leaflets.’
  • 94) ‘Three types of teaching aids, too, are prepared by Prof. Murty to help teachers.’
  • 95) ‘Today, it seems, the people of Terence Bay have won back the right to visit their local lighthouse, which the Coast Guard still maintains as an active aid to navigation.’
  • 96) ‘This is clearly not an exercise for the short term while there is so much to do but by keeping donors engaged with the affected communities for longer, it could be a powerful aid to longer term reconstruction.’
  • 97) ‘In 1678, he spoke in favour of giving an aid to the king, and the following month obtained a commission for raising an independent company of foot, and was appointed governor of Bridlington.’
  • 98) ‘An Act for granting a Royal aid to the King's Majesty, of Twenty-four Hundred Threescore and Seventeen Thousand and Five Hundred Pounds, to be raised, levied, and paid, in the Space of Three Years.’
  • 99) ‘In the proceedings of the parliament of 1242, which were duly recorded and which survive as the earliest authorized report of a parliamentary debate, we find the representatives of the nation, after thoroughly discussing the expediency of a foreign war, bold enough to oppose it by refusing an aid to the king to carry it on.’
  • 100) ‘It is first mentioned in a record of the ensuing year, when the convent petitioned that they might be excused from contributing an aid to the King, at the time of a threatened invasion, on account of the expenses they had been at in endeavouring to repair their damages.’
  • 101) ‘All that he had originally designed to spend on Malta, he would give as an aid to the queen, so that she might prevail over her rebels.’
  • 102) ‘I am sorry for your loss, and hope that you have the emotional, physical and spiritual support you need to aid you and your new baby to a happier outcome.’
  • 103) ‘May you and your husband have luck quitting smoking; make use of the myriad of support networks available to aid you in the battle to quit.’
  • 104) ‘This they easily achieved as they were aided by popular support.’
  • 105) ‘Many books have been written and learning programs begun to aid us in achieving this goal.’
  • 106) ‘Pulling himself back up to his feet, Seraphine groaned as he held out a hand to Erian, aiding him in standing as well.’
  • 107) ‘Since she's aiding Andrew to stand, she can't reach out for her cigarette case.’
  • 108) ‘Idona, stand by to aid me just in case it does appear again.’
  • 109) ‘We are expected to obey all these regulations all I ask is we are aided and assisted by the police and Highways Department.’
  • 110) ‘It has become an annual fun event which aids charities and draws support from across Greater Manchester.’
  • 111) ‘‘Most services offering support to aid recovery are focused on the needs of women and their children,’ she admits.’
  • 112) ‘It is looking for projects to support and opportunities to aid family development and address issues relevant to children and young people, such as new safe play areas.’
  • 113) ‘Mr Duckworth also revealed that his group would act as a support organisation to aid survivors of any future accident.’
  • 114) ‘I owe thanks to the following people who greatly aided me in preparing this article.’
  • 115) ‘When Creon kidnaps Antigone, the Chorus prays that Athene will aid King Theseus in bringing her back safely.’
  • 116) ‘The three leads are all very good, and a fine supporting cast aids them.’
  • 117) ‘He worked there in the DVD department and he put an amazing amount of time and effort into aiding me in my quest.’
  • 118) ‘Helping emergency vehicles get through that two-way street could mean aiding someone you know or love.’
  • 119) ‘Guess, I was aided a bit by by lady luck too as it looks reasonably the same through all the mentioned browsers.’
  • 120) ‘For her, it put a value on her own expertise and aided her in positioning her brand in the market.’
  • 121) ‘A help page is all set up to aid you in determining whether your phone is web-enabled - an option you may have never even considered using before.’
  • 122) ‘It has been said the butter may reduce the risk of cancer because it contains healthy bacteria which aids digestion and boosts immune response.’
  • 123) ‘Healthy teeth mean that the child is able to eat a healthy diet, and aid the growth of the jaw.’
  • 124) ‘Fish oil aids memory and promotes mental acuity because it makes nerve-cell membranes more fluid and more reactive to signals.’
  • 125) ‘Again, the media bears moral responsibility for promoting discussion that aids justice.’
  • 126) ‘Tai Chi Wu Style is a craft that includes gentle stretching and breathing exercises that will aid balance, co-ordination and relax muscles.’
  • 127) ‘Kate Morgan, Pembrokeshire County Council's food officer, says a healthy breakfast can aid concentration and mental performance, and provide energy.’
  • 128) ‘Researchers believe exercise aids efforts to stop smoking.’
  • 129) ‘This is an exercise that has aided many athletes in crucial situations in other sports.’
  • 130) ‘A tailored exercise prescription, determined by exercise testing, can aid blood pressure reduction.’
  • 131) ‘Finding effective ways to relax, such as devoting time for relaxation, taking yoga classes or fitting in gentle exercise, may aid the chances of conception.’
  • 132) ‘A cut-and-paste exercise can greatly aid the student with memory work.’
  • 133) ‘A physiotherapist will oversee and monitor all progress and explain knee exercises that will aid recovery.’
  • 134) ‘Adding the right types of fats - healthy fats - to your diet can not only aid your fat loss but also help you put on muscle mass.’
  • 135) ‘The guests were all kept on special diets to aid their recovery.’
  • 136) ‘Investment in roads aids driver safety and facilitates improved industrial and tourism development.’
  • 137) ‘Mr Naughton said the facilities to aid independent living in the Dublin region were fairly good but across the rest of the country they were poor.’
  • 138) ‘It can also aid depression and boost energy levels.’
  • 139) ‘Current evidence support the use of nutritional supplements to aid exercise performance and recovery.’
  • 140) ‘It aids hundreds of former footballers, promotes educational and vocational training for a legion about to leave the game and has built a power-base as one of the strongest unions in sport.’
  • 141) ‘And doing so will aid traditional culture in several ways.’
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