Definitions for "Aid"
Artificial Insemination of Donor Semen (also known as DI -Donor Insemination).
A prompt that a rider gives a horse to change gaits, turn, etc., using the hands, legs, voice or body weight.
An aid is an action by a part of the rider or handler's body to a part of the horse's body to cause the horse to react in a particular way. An aid is almost never used alone but always used in conjunction with other aids. A rider's natural aids are his or her mind, seat, weight, upper body, legs, hands, and voice. The combined use of all of the rider's aids simultaneously produces a smooth, balanced response from a horse. A handler's natural aids are the mind, hands, and overall body language. Examples of Artificial Aids (which are extensions, reinforcements, or substitutions for the natural aids) are whips, spurs, and nosebands.
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.
Help; succor; assistance; relief.
The person or thing that promotes or helps in something done; a helper; an assistant.
A subsidy granted to the king by Parliament; also, an exchequer loan.
A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his lord on special occasions.
A special obligation of a vassal to provide money for such occasions as his lord's ransom, the marriage of his daughter, the knighting of his son, or for going on Crusade. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 229) Payment to the king on specified occasions - his own ransom, the knighting of his eldest son, the marriage of his eldest daughter once - or to meet a special emergency. (Sayles, George O. The King's Parliament of England, 143)
Appendix Irish Draught refers to mares only. Mares inspected at two years of age or older and approved as AID by an official inspection panel must have one parent approved as RID either the dam or the sire and three RID grandparents. No warmblood or foreign bloodlines other than thoroughbred and both parents and grandparents registered in the IHR main studbook.
Keywords:  pix, mport, nsn, doi, pii
Attention Identifier. A one byte data field used to indicate the method used to initiate a transaction (e.g. a PA key) from a 3270-like device. Automatic Initiate Descriptor. A CICS control block used for automatic task initiation due to a transient data or interval control event.
Access Identifier
Attention identifier. A character in a data stream indicating that the user has pressed a key, such as Enter, requesting an action by the system.
Aerial Ignition Device. Inclusive term applied to equipment designed to ignite wildland fuels from an aircraft. see also: Delayed Aerial Ignition Devices; Helitorch; Ping-Pong Ball System; Plastic Sphere Dispenser
Art Interface Device
A physical object or device used to transmit or receive messages (communication book, chart, etc.).
Keywords:  wynter, tuns, edward, captain, queen
(200-250 tuns), the Queen's ship; Edward Wynter, captain.
Radar- or video-controlled system enabling rapid location of an incident or accident on tunnels and motorways
Automatic Incident Detection
Keywords:  trb, thanks, bin, unix, interpretive
A interpretive calculation language, much like UNIX /bin/bc. (Thanks, trb!)
Acquirers Interchange Discount - similar to TIRF (see TIRF) but through MasterCard
Spends turn granting ally within 5' a +1 bonus to either AC, attack, or bonus, until character's next turn
The transfer of goods, services and money between any entities such as nations, commercial banks, international agencies or non-governmental agencies. Aid is a highly generalized term, covering both grants and loans.
Architecture Interconnect Diagram
Asymmetric, Indirect/Direct Distribution
An aid-de-camp, so called by abbreviation; as, a general's aid.
Keywords:  worthy, gift, support, money, cause
a gift of money to support a worthy person or cause
the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention"
Keywords:  answer, allow
allow answer
Keywords:  post, see
see post