Assistance may refer to:
- Assistance Bay
- Assistance dog
- Consular assistance
- Development assistance
- Directory assistance
- Financial assistance (disambiguation)
- General Assistance
- HMS Assistance, a ship
- Humanitarian assistance
- Judicial assistance
- Operation Assistance
- Operator assistance
- Roadside assistance
- Social assistance, welfare
- Travel assistance
- User Assistance
- Virtual assistance
- Wind assistance
- Windows Remote Assistance
- Writ of assistance
Read more about Assistance: Groups and Organizations
Other articles related to "assistance":
... use of knowhow (and associated IP), 'technical assistance' may be encountered as a part of the contractual process, particularly in developing country contracts ... The assistance comprises services which are not in the nature of IP but are needed by the licensee to accomplish its objectives ...
... restrictions on non-humanitarian assistance to Ethiopia were lifted ... government assistance, including food aid, between 1991 and 2003 was $2.3 billion ... provided a record $553.1 million in assistance, of which $471.7 million was food aid ...
... A mutual legal assistance treaty is an agreement between two countries for the purpose of gathering and exchanging information in an effort to enforce public laws or criminal laws ... This assistance may take the form of examining and identifying people, places and things, custodial transfers, and providing assistance with the immobilization of the ... countries, which usually act as offshore "tax havens." Assistance may be denied by either country (according to agreement details) for political or security reasons, or if the criminal ...
... providing medical care for the injured, and other related assistance ... Officer, promised to provide aid and financial assistance to the victims and their families ...
2004 The Kolkata government wanted assistance from the central government which agreed to provide assistance for one major transit system project ... over the East-West Metro corridor for the assistance and asked the state transport secretary to prepare a revised feasibility study ...
Famous quotes containing the word assistance:
“Holding myself the humblest of all whose names were before the convention, I feel in especial need of the assistance of all.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“Man cannot produce a single work without the assistance of the slow, assiduous, corrosive worm of thought.”
—Eugenio Montale (18961981)
“But a problem occurs about nothing. For that from which something is made is a cause of the thing made from it; and, necessarily, every cause contributes some assistance to the effects existence.”
—Anselm of Canterbury (10331109)