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aux·il·ia·ry

(awg-zil'yă-rē), Avoid the mispronunciation og-zil'ă-rē.
1. Functioning in an augmenting capacity; supplementary.
2. Functioning as a subordinate; secondary.

auxiliary

[ôksil′yərē]
Etymology: L, auxilium, aid
an individual or group serving in assistive, supporting, or complementary tasks in a clinical setting.

aux·il·ia·ry

(awg-zil'yă-rē)
1. Functioning in an augmenting capacity; supplementary.
2. Functioning as a subordinate; secondary.

aux·il·ia·ry

(awg-zil'yă-rē) Avoid the mispronunciation og-zil'ă-rē.
1. Functioning in an augmenting capacity; supplementary.
2. Functioning as a subordinate; secondary.

auxiliary,

adj supporting or assisting; supplementary; secondary.
auxiliary personnel,
n.pl a group of dental professionals that work in a dental office or clinic with a dentist includes dental hygienists who are formally trained and may be licensed or certified by state authorities. It also includes dental assistants, laboratory technicians, and other auxiliaries, who may or may not be formally trained, certified, or licensed.
auxiliary wires,
n.pl the orthodontic wires that support or augment the action of the main or primary arch wire in an orthodontic appliance. The Begg technique and the segmental technique make frequent and regular use of auxiliary wires.
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The VFW Post 8043 and Auxiliary are very appreciative for all of the cooperation and service that these families have offered.
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In Chapter 1 Anderson introduces a number of complex predicate constructions that resemble auxiliary verb constructions, but there is comparatively little data to illustrate these types and their resemblance to auxiliary verb constructions.
Because the bishop had died on Holy Thursday, he had not been formally waked, the events of Holy Week taking precedence, and the auxiliary bishop had decided that a big funeral at the cathedral on the Tuesday after Easter would cover the necessary public bases, which it had, and then some.
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In an age when women most often did not assume roles of leadership within Baptist life, Armstrong spoke openly and directly to these influential men, fighting to maintain the WMU as a strong and viable auxiliary to the Southern Baptist Convention.
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