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aid

(Help), noun abetment, accommodation, advance, advocacy, aidance, assistance, auspices, backing, benefit, coadjuvancy, cooperation, countenance, endorsement, facilitation, furtherance, guidance, help, maintenance, ministration, ministry, patronage, reinforcement, relief, rescue, service, sponsorship, subscription, subsidy, subsistence, succor, support, sustenance, tutelage, willing help
Associated concepts: aid and abet, aid and comfort

aid

(Subsistence), noun benefaction, benefit, charity, compensation, endowment, humanitarianism, ministration, ministry, patronage, relief, subsidy, support, sustainment, sustenance

aid

verb abet, advance, assist, augment, avail, be auxiliary to, be of service, benefit, collaborate, cooperate with, facilitate, further, give aid, give support, help, minnster to, nurture, oblige, promote, provision, reinforce, r ender help, r escue, second, serve, service, strengthen, subserve, succor, supplement, support, uphold
Associated concepts: aid and abet, aid and comfort
See also: abet, accommodate, accomplice, advantage, advocacy, assist, assistance, associate, avail, bear, behalf, benefactor, benefit, bolster, capitalize, charity, coactor, coadjutant, coconspirator, conduce, confederate, conspire, conspirer, contribute, contribution, copartner, countenance, enable, endow, endowment, espouse, expedite, facilitate, factor, favor, finance, foment, foster, harbor, help, ingredient, instrument, inure, largess, lend, loan, maintain, maintenance, nurture, participant, participate, partner, patronage, promotion, protection, redress, reinforcement, relieve, remedy, rescue, samaritan, sanction, serve, service, shelter, side, subsidize, support, sustain, tool, uphold

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in English law, aiding and abetting is the helping in some way of the principal offender. It is in itself a crime but depends upon some earlier communication between the parties. See, for Scotland, ART AND PART.
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sports--specific training, caloric needs, and lifestyle optimization), then the athlete and associated team will be in a better position to determine appropriate supplemental ergogenic aids.
Respiratory muscle endurance training can be considered as a worthwhile ergogenic aid for young competitive swimmers.
Alvares TS, Meirelles CM, Bhambhani YN, Paschoalin VM, Gomes PS (2011) L-Arginine as a potential ergogenic aid in healthy subjects.
2,5,16,20) Recently concerns have grown over the unfavorable alterations in blood lipid and coronary heart disease profiles seen in men using androstenedione as an ergogenic aid.
Examples of ergogenic aids are creatine, androstenedione, anabolic steroids, major pain medication, barbiturates, and amphetamines.
As stated in part 1, an ergogenic aid "is any training technique, mechanical device, nutritional practice, pharmacological method, or psychological technique that can improve exercise performance capacity and/or enhance training adaptations.
Desbrow and Leveritt (3) reported that 73 per cent of the 140 athletes at the 2005 Ironman Triathlon World Championships believed that caffeine is an ergogenic aid that enhanced their endurance performance.
The popular use of supplemental HMB at 3 g per day for periods of up to one month (in a healthy population) as an ergogenic aid for exercise appears to be well-tolerated and safe in humans (62).
One ergogenic aid is creatine, a naturally occurring nitrogen compound found primarily in skeletal muscle.
Long known as an ergogenic aid for competitive athletes, coffee (or a host of other beverages laced with caffeine) have been a guilt-free way for many of us to get our engines humming and achieve top performance at work and at play.
During its release in 1994, the controversial book sparked a national debate about steroid use and ergogenic aid in professional sports.
According to the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN), the definition of an ergogenic aid "Is any training technique, mechanical device, nutritional practice, pharmacological method, or psychological technique that can improve exercise performance capacity and/or enhance training adaptations.