Aid prayer


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AID PRAYER, English law. A petition to the court calling in help from another person who has an interest in the matter in dispute. For example, a tenant for life, by the courtesy or for years, being impleaded, may pray aid of him in reversion; that is, desire the court that he may be called by writ, to allege what he thinks proper for the maintenance of the right of the person calling him, and of his own. F. N. B. 60; Cowel.

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The people in San Giovanni were delighted to donate it if it was going to aid prayer and devotion.
If the Palestinian request did not pass through the UN Security Council; the Palestinians will then discuss their options and will wait for global reactions, said Abbas in a press statement after performing Aid prayers at the Presidency headquarters.