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an aide-mémoire

  (formal)
a piece of writing or a picture that helps you to remember something I write notes to myself and put them on the board. It serves as an aide-mémoire.
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Mr Hart said two primary schools in the Burleigh electorate would directly reap the rewards of extra teacher aide time in 2015.
Aide raced to the wheel once more and scanned the horizon.
L'etude releve, en outre, un deficit au niveau de l'information relative aux aides d'Etat, en raison de l'absence d'un dispositif legislatif et reglementaire.
8220;An independent panel of judges will select the winning aide from the six individuals who have been honored throughout the year in the 'Spirit Profile' column,” says Unseth.
New legislation was passed impacting nurse aides and advanced practice nurses; especially those who currently have and/ or will be applying for prescriptive authority.
The two aides decided to hold more meetings on these issues though no date was set as Nami has prior engagements in the near future.
When AB187 came out, we believed that the NSBN could work with the language and safely regulate medication aides, but the Board believes more research needs to be done regarding the safety of medication aides in medical settings.
In the back of the room, between chip munching, legislative aides share the gallows humor with right-wing journalists about getting "murdered in Indiana.
Duties: Enlisted aide duties vary according to the general officer each works for.
Founded in 1999, Springfield, Missouri-based E-quipping published specialty educational products used by nurses, aides, and nurse managers in skilled nursing, home health, and assisted living facilities.
Our home aides provide assistance to the elderly and disabled.
The NEC, as a presidential aide puts it, is "supposed" to be the chief economic policy coordinating body for the entire administration.
With Washington as his aide, he leads an army of soldiers to the Ohio River valley.
Since I teach classes in the second, third, and fourth periods, I have two office aides come in for the first period and a single aide in for the second, third, fourth, and sixth periods.