AID may refer to:
- Activation-Induced (Cytidine) Deaminase, an enzyme
- Aid (rapper) (born 1990), stagename of Aida Alonso Iglesias, a Spanish rap singer.
- Algebraic Interpretive Dialogue, an implementation of JOSS II for the PDP-10
- Americans for Informed Democracy, an American non-profit organization
- Amputee identity disorder, now more commonly known as Body integrity identity disorder, a controversial psychological and neurological mental disorder.
- Applet Identifier, identifier of the applets in Java programming language
- Artificial Insemination by Donor, a type of human artificial insemination in which donor sperm are provided by an individual other than the recipient's partner
- Association for India's Development, an American/Indian non-profit organization
- Autoimmune disease, a disorder with an overactive immune response of the body.
- Automatic Interaction Detection, a precursor to, and component of CHAID
Other articles related to "aid":
... The A grading scale (A for 'artificial' or 'aid') incorporates difficulty of placing protection, and the danger associated with falling ... The original scale was a closed gradation scale from A0-A5, modern aid climbers have adopted "new wave" grading which compresses the scale but still uses A0-A5 ... A1 Easy aid, no risk of any piece of protection pulling out ...
... An IFF is designed to frontload aid to help meet the Millennium Development Goals ... issued on global capital markets, against the security of government guarantees to maintain future aid flows, which would be used to buy back the bonds over a ... This allows a large amount of aid to flow soon, at the expense of less aid in the future ...
Famous quotes containing the word aid:
“What are we hoping to get out of it, whats it all in aid ofis it really just for the sake of a gloved hand waving at you from a golden coach?”
—John Osborne (19291994)
“The duty of the State toward the citizen is the duty of the servant to its master.... One of the duties of the State is that of caring for those of its citizens who find themselves the victims of such adverse circumstances as makes them unable to obtain even the necessities for mere existence without the aid of others.... To these unfortunate citizens aid must be extended by governmentnot as a matter of charity but as a matter of social duty.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“For this invention of yours will produce forgetfulness in the minds of those who learn it, by causing them to neglect their memory, inasmuch as, from their confidence in writing, they will recollect by the external aid of foreign symbols, and not by the internal use of their own faculties. Your discovery, therefore, is a medicine not for memory, but for recollection,for recalling to, not for keeping in mind.”
—Plato (c. 427347 B.C.)