Aides


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Noun1.Aides - (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythologyAides - (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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Good," he said to the girl, and then to one of his aides, "Send for Major Schneider.
Two of the aides sprang for the ape-man who picked up the first and flung him in the face of the other.
Presently there came a knock upon the door and an aide entered the room.
The aide left the room and the others fell into a general conversation from which it became apparent to Tarzan that the German East African forces greatly outnumbered the British and that the latter were suffering heavily.
Impatiently he awaited the coming of the man he sought and at last he was rewarded by the reappearance of the aide who had been dispatched to fetch him accompanied by an officer of medium size with fierce, upstanding mustaches.
Due to the aides' interaction with senior staff members, high-ranking officers, and other associates of the general officers they work for, aides must understand the gift acceptance rules as they apply to them, as well as to the general officers and their dependents.
The Turkish Cypriot aide told the Cyprus Mail that there was scope for the aides reaching agreement at this level.
If a principal calls me and says they need an aide, we get them an aide," he said.
Two men are to appear at the Old Bailey in December after allegedly threatening to release a video they claimed indicated the royal had engaged in a sex act with an aide.
The announcement comes after a previous round of guilty pleas by four home health aides for the same types of offenses.
Colorado, Iowa and Oklahoma each provide for additional training of certified nurses aides to classify them as medication aides.
Even when such contributions are disclosed, as is the case with the funds Schwarzenegger's using to enrich his aides, the practice is still worrisome.