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“We had what we called Aid Day, when we would take clothes and food to theminers.”
“And Alice and I organized what we called Aid Day, and when we first went in there, we simply knew that they were in trouble, and wages had been cut and cut and cut.”
“Aid is made less effective by the incentives which aid agencies face, which they in turn transmit to their staff.”
“Legal Aid is responsible to ensure that the accused who need counsel to defend themselves on serious charges but cannot afford them have access to counsel.”
“Verbal First Aid is so much more than being nice in an emergency -- it not only helps to start the physical healing in the moment of crisis, but it can affect how we hold and remember it in the future.”
“Once inside, Hildie chose a Band-Aid from the first aid kit in the master bath.”
“We've been drinking the same Kool-Aid from the same cooler for quite a while.”
“Rite Aid Corporate spokeswoman Cheryl Slavinsky emphasizes that Rite Aid is not the developer of the site.”
“Rite Aid is a $24 billion company operating more than 5,000 drugstores in 31 states, making it the third-largest pharmacy chain in the United States.”
““Rite Aid is just an irresponsible corporate citizen,” Mayor Carty Finkbeiner said at a recent press conference.”
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