assistants vs assistance

assistants assistance

Definitions

  • 1) Aid; help; the act or result of assisting.
  • 2) The act of assisting.
  • 3) Aid; help.
  • 4) Obs. or a Gallicism Persons present.
  • 5) obsolete An assistant or helper; a body of helpers.
  • 6) The act of assisting; help; aid; furtherance; succor; support.
  • 7) a resource
  • 8) the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
  • 9) An assistant or helper; assistants collectively.
  • 10) A being present; presence; attendance.
  • 11) The persons present; spectators; audience.
  • 12) Hence, specifically In English common law and American colonial law, a general name for a somewhat undefined body of subordinate parish or town officers or auxiliaries, apparently including, as sometimes used, the ex-officers, in their customary function of advisers.
  • 13) Help; aid; furtherance; succor; a contribution in aid, by bodily strength or other means.
  • 14) In American history, a writ issued by a superior colonial court, on alleged precedents of the English Court of Exchequer, authorizing any officers of the crown, in the process of executing the acts of trade, to summon assistance and enter and search any premises. The attempt to use such writs in Massachusetts, defeated in 1761, was one of the abuses which led. to the revolution. Synonyms Aid, support, backing, relief.

Examples

  • 1) The far reaching effects of this report would not have been possible without your help and assistance.
  • 2) It is likely that they had logistical assistance in this country.
  • 3) They provided advice and assistance and moral support.
  • 4) The lodging of such an application was straightforward and did not require legal assistance.
  • 5) Requests for assistance usually come from the senior nursing staff.
  • 6) There are a number of organisations that can offer advice and assistance.
  • 7) Members not on public assistance began to help those who were.
  • 8) In the meantime you need to get some free legal assistance.
  • 9) Can you give us any advice or assistance?
  • 10) Gym membership is subsidised and an employee assistance programme can help people through difficult times.
  • 11) Employee assistance programs that help workers cope with personal problems and restore otherwise productive workers to health.
  • 12) The budget airline complained last year that assistance given by some countries to their national carriers was unfair.
  • 13) Which is not to suggest we are not provided with advice and assistance before getting on to the island.
  • 14) Each family is helped financially and given bespoke assistance to meet their particular needs in terms of healthcare and counselling.
  • 15) The companies will join a new working group which aims to provide support and assistance to small companies in the affected areas.
  • 16) Its members were all women, who offered legal assistance and family support.
  • 17) When it comes to export assistance, manufacturers are often left out in the cold.
  • 18) Police in Dublin also confirmed she had been given medical assistance.
  • 19) ITV will provide support and assistance on all technical aspects.
  • 20) Canada says its ability to provide consular assistance in the country is'extremely limited'.
  • 21) The country has given huge amounts of aid and assistance to poorer countries, firstly to rebuild their economies after the war and then to expand and grow.
  • 22) The metallic voice from a loudspeaker van moved slowly along the same road telling the homeless to report to Party HQ for information and assistance.
  • 23) Financial assistance - offshore companies are usually not prohibited from providing \ "financial assistance\" for the acquisition of their own shares, which avoids the needs for \ "whitewash\" procedure in certain financial transactions.
  • 24)  Financial assistance - offshore companies are usually not prohibited from providing \ "financial assistance\" for the acquisition of their own shares, which avoids the needs for \ "whitewash\" procedure in certain financial transactions.
  • 25) In Austria, for example, a family that wants to build a Passive House can get €35,000 in assistance from the Austrian government.
  • 26) It embodies the aim to bring together short term assistance with long term development.
  • 27) BRAUN: Well, you know, in Hollywood, people have what they call assistance, as well as bodyguards.
  • 28) This assistance is available not only for workers in the humanities and social sciences, but also for workers in the arts.
  • 29) The prayer of my inmost heart for this assistance is the only light that shines upon my fears.
  • 30) Then we can have somone who actually screens the welfare systems so the people who need the SHORT TERM assistance gets it and not the illegal $ makers who have no taxable income.
  • 31) Washington County pays $203,040 and Clackamas County pays $25,000 in "assistance" each month
  • 32) ‘Pen nodded and with the assistance of the nurse she was able to get out of the bed and into the wheel chair.’
  • 33) ‘I wish to publicly record my gratitude to those whose support and assistance made this possible.’
  • 34) ‘I owe many people my thanks for their support and assistance during the preparation of this book.’
  • 35) ‘Offer him your assistance and give it freely; it's the best investment you can make.’
  • 36) ‘As the people in the area learn of their plight, they offer assistance in various ways.’
  • 37) ‘Donors give to the food bank because they want to help people who need assistance.’
  • 38) ‘If you have three hours a week to help then your assistance would be greatly appreciated.’
  • 39) ‘Careful regulation of use of this route continues with the full backing and assistance of user groups.’
  • 40) ‘We need their assistance in our work in Parliament and in local government.’
  • 41) ‘A mobile phone was used to summon up assistance, and the next-door keeper turned out to help.’
  • 42) ‘A man in a boat tries to rescue him, but he declines assistance; God will save him.’
  • 43) ‘In an attempt to remain neighbourly I inquired as to her need for assistance.’
  • 44) ‘At higher speed, on the open road, the steering receives less power assistance.’
  • 45) ‘They are ready to provide immediate assistance from their warehouse in Dubai.’
  • 46) ‘I decided that actually this was one situation where it might be OK to offer assistance.’
  • 47) ‘Most of them need assistance in activities such as taking a shower or tying a shoelace.’
  • 48) ‘The club would appreciate any assistance both on and off the field from the members.’
  • 49) ‘Additional assistance may also be considered for the most vulnerable patients.’
  • 50) ‘They tried to resuscitate him and continued to give assistance after paramedics arrived.’
  • 51) ‘May I, through your columns, thank this young farmer for the help and assistance he gave me.’
  • 52) ‘This treaty gave China money and technical assistance to modernise her industry.’
  • 53) ‘The Foreign Office said they were offering full assistance to the man and his employers.’
  • 54) ‘She has 14 dogs to look after, although she now receives some home assistance to help her out.’
  • 55) ‘We had hoped the health board would have offered all other assistance to the young girl.’
  • 56) ‘The first priority is to offer every assistance to those thrown out of work.’
  • 57) ‘One woman needed assistance to set up a workshop: he ordered her to be given some money.’
  • 58) ‘All we have done is to ask for assistance to help us cover costs like hiring a band and a public address system.’
  • 59) ‘Pay is so low for many workers that some rely on state assistance to take care of their families.’
  • 60) ‘Adequate assistance to bring them up to scratch would be a better solution.’
  • 61) ‘The strategic plan was to hold these positions long enough for outside assistance to arrive.’
  • 62) ‘They want some practical assistance to enable them to move off a benefit and into a job.’
  • 63) ‘At around the same time the firm did give financial assistance to other trainees.’
  • 64) ‘You are welcome to contact us at anytime when you need more information and assistance from us.’
  • 65) ‘I was seeing people every day who came to me looking for assistance and information.’
  • 66) ‘As a party we are here to serve people, to give advice and assistance and to take advice as well.’
  • 67) ‘Consumers have had difficulties for years in finding easy access to assistance and advice.’
  • 68) ‘He goes out of his way to be as helpful as possible to anyone who seeks his advice or assistance.’
  • 69) ‘There is however one other potential source of assistance available to the officers.’
  • 70) ‘Would you please be able to offer some assistance in guiding me through this process?’
  • 71) ‘The firm offers such basic help as assistance with buying a suit and advice on how to visit the dentist.’
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