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assist

Paranormal
noun A Scientology term for an action intended to help a person overcome effects of past mental trauma. 

Surgery
verb To support, help or be present during an operation.

ASSIST

American Stop Smoking Intervention Study. A grassroots initiative funded by the US government, which is intended to help individuals stop smoking based on the success of methods evaluated at the National Cancer Institute.
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Julia Neary and Lily Blase scored for Vernon Hills (4-4-4), and Marley Reback had an assist.
Approved by the Indonesian Government, Bali Assist has been uniquely recommended to offer integrated crisis support to members, largely foreigners who find themselves in need of help in a foreign country.
For more information about assisted living nursing issues, contact Cindy Baddeloo, RN, BSN, MPA, PhD at 515.27-5020
Mack also holds a mold-specific license from Cinpres for external gas assist. Mack uses a single gas-control system from Alliance Gas Systems (now part of Cinpres).
For the first time, an educational entity in Florida has been recognized for this award recognizing its efforts to "Empower the community with oral health education, materials and knowledge that will assist them on their journey to healthier smiles." Three instructors and 41 students from Orlando Tech's Dental Assisting Program were involved in the various activities that involved fundraising for various community needs projects and dental-related projects of supplying toothbrushes and toothpaste to children in need.
Knowledge about the phases of response, an individual's defensive style, and supportive counseling can assist recently-diagnosed individuals with understanding and integrating the implications of their diagnosis (Horowitz, et al., 2001).
For Source Selection Evaluation Board (SSEB) members, the ASSIST tool provides easy online access to the proposal and solicitation (including cross-references), as well as online generation of evaluation reports and items for negotiation.
Consequently, school personnel face the challenging task of assisting with the rehabilitation health-care plan while, at the same time, developing an individual education plan that will assist with the child's adjustment to the school environment.
Fortune; Housekeepers: Gerald Butler and Paul Cook; English: John Reid, assisted by Barrie Wright; History: Jim Old; Mathematics: Gary Moore; Physics: Lee Newton; Chemistry: Glen Sparkes; Biology: Charlie Mann, assisted by Don Plant; Modern Languages: Royston Ffrench; Classics: Irene Oakes; Geography: Clive Brittain, assisted by Darryll Holland; Geology: Willie Rock,
In addition to serving foreign multinationals entering Latin America, Steel Hector advises and assists Latin American and Caribbean-based clients as they move into the United States or European legal arenas.
We are in a unique position to do both because Harris-Bowlsbey was among the group of first developers, and Sampson is a student of the history, research, and emerging trends of the use of technology to assist individuals with career choice and development.
As evident from the summary of the preparer penalties, and the SRTPs, the adviser may readily assist a taxpayer in less-than-clear situations without having to vouch for the pro-taxpayer outcome of a tax contest.