• (adj): Having help; often used as a combining form.
    Synonyms: assisted

Some articles on aided:

Book Of Leinster (contents) - Diplomatic Edition Vol 2
105b/106a 400 Scéla Chonchobuir 107b 405 Aided Guill meic Carbada Aided Gairb Glinne Rigi 111b 418 Scel Mucci Meic Da Thó 114a 426 Talland Etair 117a 434. 123a 455 Nuallguba Emire 123b 458 Aided Choncobuir 124b 461 Aided Meidbe 125a 463 Aided Derb Forgaill 125b 467 Noenden Ulad Emuin Macha 126a 469 Tréide Cétna Labratar Iarna Genemain ...
GBU-37 GPS-Aided Munition
... The GBU-37 (Guided Bomb Unit-37) Global Positioning System Aided Munition (GAM) was developed for use with the B-2 Bomber ... It has been replaced on the B-2 by the 5000-pound GPS-aided/INS-guided GBU-28 ...
SIGra Di - Sister Organizations
... major ones are eCAADe - Association for Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe, since 1982 ... CAADRIA - Association for Computer Aided Architectural Design in Asia, since 1996 ... ACADIA - Association for Computer Aided Design In Architecture, since 1981 ...
Continuous Auditing - Comparison To Computer-Aided Auditing
... Continuous auditing is often confused with computer-aided auditing ... Computer-aided auditing employs end user technology including spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Excel, to allow traditional auditors to run audit-s ... Where auditors manually extract data and run their own analyses in computer-aided auditing during the course of their traditional audit, high-powered servers ...
Computer-aided Scouting - Critics Circle
... Computer-aided Scouting began as a means for Scouts and Managers to log mass amounts of player and team information compiled from box scores, stat-sheets and personalized specific information pertaining to players ... Soon nearly every team in some way or the other uses computer-aided scouting to aide and gauge the performance and value of players and the teams the teams they are on or compete against ... Some advanced objectives of Computer-aided Scouting was to find a way that Professionals could use this information as an aid, but many scouts simply refuse ...

Famous quotes containing the word aided:

    It has taken me nearly twenty years of studied self-restraint, aided by the natural decay of my faculties, to make myself dull enough to be accepted as a serious person by the British public; and I am not sure that I am not still regarded as a suspicious character in some quarters.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)