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an aide-mémoire

Notes or pictures that one uses to remember something. When I was studying for the test, I made an aide-mémoire of all the steps in photosynthesis.

aid and abet

To assist someone, usually in a mischievous or illegal activity. Gary was arrested and charged with aiding and abetting the jewelry thief. I know other kids aided and abetted Paul in egging our house—he's just the only one who got caught.
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aid (someone) in (something)

To assist someone in completing an action or activity. It was nice of Julie to aid me in cleaning my house before the party. Jim aided his son in changing the flat tire on the car.
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aid and abet someone

Cliché to help someone; to incite someone to do something, possibly something that is wrong. (Originally a legal phrase.) He was scolded for aiding and abetting the boys who were fighting.
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aid and abet

FORMAL
If someone aids and abets another person, they help or encourage them to do something criminal or wrong. His wife was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for aiding and abetting him. Note: This expression is often used in legal contexts.
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aid and abet

help and encourage someone to do something wrong, especially to commit a crime.
Abet comes from an Old French term meaning ‘to encourage a hound to bite’.
1986 Frank Peretti This Present Darkness She strained to think of…any friend who would still aid and abet a fugitive from the law, without questions.
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Il a ainsi suggere de proceder a un elagage des dispositifs d'aide (fiscale, fonciere et financiere) mis en place pour ne conserver que le levier fiscal et de soumettre tout nouveau dispositif d'aide a l'appreciation prealable du Conseil.
"Then his aide approached the ticket collector right next to me.
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During his meeting with Qatari Parliament Speaker Muhammad bin-Mubarak al-Khalifi on Wednesday, Larijani proposed, that the Islamic countries can launch joint assistance aides' caravans for Gaza residents.
I think that students studying to be teachers and teacher's aides should have to take courses in the customs and traditions of minorities, not only Native minorities, but all minorities.
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