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 ... includes supporting UN and NATO peacekeeping operations, land force training, and support to other government departments ... For example, 408 Squadron's eight Griffons were assigned to support the Canadian contingent in the Balkans in 1999 ...
... Evacuation Squadron 445th Airlift Control Flight 445th Operations Support Squadron 445th Maintenance Group 445th Mission Support Group Along with separate support units that ...
... In April 1999, the 43 AES deployed to Tirana, Albania in support of Operation Noble Anvil ... of Task Force Hawk, AES personnel provided support to Army V Corps ... Since January 2003 members of the 43 AES have been deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the word support:
“I have found it impossible to carry the heavy burden of responsibility and to discharge my duties as King as I would wish to do without the help and support of the woman I love.... I now quit altogether public affairs, and I lay down my burden.”
—Edward VIII (18941972)
“They [women] can use their abilities to support each other, even as they develop more effective and appropriate ways of dealing with power.... Women do not need to diminish other women ... [they] need the power to advance their own development, but they do not need the power to limit the development of others.”
—Jean Baker Miller (20th century)
“Science is intimately integrated with the whole social structure and cultural tradition. They mutually support one otheronly in certain types of society can science flourish, and conversely without a continuous and healthy development and application of science such a society cannot function properly.”
—Talcott Parsons (19021979)