aid in

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 someone in something

to help someone in some kind of trouble. Will you aid me in this difficulty?
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Physiologically, the vestibular system senses the rotation; however, eyesight can aid in the rotation estimate by observing the motion of visual cues.
Suggestion: To see the process in action, and as an aid in understanding the steps, create two Excel files (called workbooks)--SubsidiaryA and Consolidating, as shown in exhibit 1, below Then change the name of the worksheet (or page name within the workbook) from "Sheet/" to "Budget" in both workbooks.
During World War I, the Census Bureau provided the Justice Department with names and addresses of conscription-age young men to aid in the apprehension of draft dodgers.