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Aider  n.  One who, or that which, aids.

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"Aider" Quotes from Famous Books

... for the convention, retired into Connecticut to solicit aid for the protection of the frontier against the French. Leisler, suspecting that these forces were to be used against him, endeavored to have Livingston arrested as an aider and abettor of the French ...
— The Witch of Salem - or Credulity Run Mad • John R. Musick

... 'Juifs' sans forfanterie, mais avec fermete; cultiver, developper parmis nous, faire connaitre au dehors, l'ame juive; nous eduquer mutuellement; demander, par les voies legales, le respect, la justice pour tous,—fussent-ils juifs; aider nos freres emigres a l'aquerir la qualite de citoyen; inculquer a nos membres les principes de solidarite et de mutualite." In the summer of 1913, Dr. Nahum Slouszch of the Sorbonne submitted to the society ...
— The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915 • Various

... gallant ex-officer of Scotch Grays, Captain Angus Hammond—captain no longer—plain Mr. Hammond, done with drilling and duty, and getting the route forever, going in for quiet, country life in bonnie Scotland, with Miss Beatrix Stuart for aider and abettor. ...
— A Terrible Secret • May Agnes Fleming

... decreed and stablished, what profite thereof ensueth and foloweth. What it is to vertue a mainteiner, otherwise if it be not profitable? What moued any one to frame and ordain soche a Lawe, as was to a common wealthe vnprofitable, to vertue no aider, if it were a profitable Lawe and godlie, it is as Demosthenes saieth, of God inuented, though by famous [Sidenote: Lawe.] wise, and godlie menne, stablished and decred. Good Lawes tempereth to all states equitee and iustice, without fauour or frendship, ...
— A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike • Richard Rainolde

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