Support may refer to:
- Support (structure), architectural components that include arches, beams, columns, balconies, and stretchers
- Lateral support (disambiguation)
- Life support, in medicine
- Technical support, help for computer hardware, software, or electronic goods
- Advocacy, in politics
Other articles related to "support":
... Its primary role is in support of contingency operations and vanguard brigades requiring tactical helicopter resources ... NATO peacekeeping operations, land force training, and support to other government departments. 408 Squadron's eight Griffons were assigned to support the Canadian contingent in the Balkans in 1999 ...
... In April 1999, the 43 AES deployed to Tirana, Albania in support of Operation Noble Anvil ... part of Task Force Hawk, AES personnel provided support to Army V Corps ... members of the 43 AES have been deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom ...
... Provide direct support of the 2nd Marine Division in time of conflict ... That support may come in the traditional fashion of artillery support to maneuver forces, or by providing batteries to serve as provisional rifle companies ...
... DioGuardi, praised Rohrabacher for his support to the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), saying "He was the first member of Congress to insist that the United States arm the Kosova Liberation Army ...
445th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron 445th Airlift Control Flight 445th Operations Support Squadron 445th Maintenance Group 445th Mission Support Group Along with separate support units ...
Famous quotes containing the word support:
“Because the young child feels with such intensity, he experiences sorrows that seem inconsolable and losses that feel unbearable. A precious toy gets broken or a good-bye cannot be endured. When this happens, words like sad or disappointed seem a travesty because they cannot possibly capture the enormity of the childs loss. He needs a loving adult presence to support him in his pain but he does not want to be talked out of it.”
—Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)
“Tis not enough to help the feeble up,
But to support him after.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“A clergyman, again, can hardly ever allow himself to look facts fairly in the face. It is his profession to support one side; it is impossible, therefore, for him to make an unbiased examination of the other.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)