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attendant

 [ah-ten´dant]
a person paid to perform personal services for those unable to care for themselves.

attendant

(ă-ten′dănt)
A paramedical hospital employee who assists in the care and personal support of patients.
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is especially linked to Abraham, the grand patriarch of Israel, and it indicates the basis of his relationship to God and attendantly his justification by God.
Scored for what is almost a 'pit band' in its make-up and timbre (including former CBSO associate leader Paul Willey), with its attendantly dubious intonation, they will strike many as decidedly naff.
Part 3 brings Michael Davidson's "Compulsory Homosociality: Charles Olson, Jack Spicer, and the Gender of Poetics," an eye-opening critique of the stubborn homosocial (and attendantly homophobic) impulses that, lurking behind the mask of poetic Freedom and sexual liberation, continue to perform the gendered operations of control and exclusion; and Jane C.