- n. Plural form of aide.
- n. (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
“Palin aides refused to disclose her fee for the appearance, which has been rumored to be in the low six figures.”
“Palin aides soon revealed that the Alaska Republican in fact spoke with Brown after the election - a phone call Brown has said he "forgot" about.”
“Manchin aides have denied that the suit was filed for political reasons, an assertion that prompts laughter from Republicans here.”
“Well we know she likes to parade around almost naked from the McCain aides that were shocked by her tiny towel escapade.”
“After all, it was reported by McCain aides that she put on a quasi-burlesque show when she came out of her hotel bathroom donning nothing but a towel.”
“Elsewhere, his top tier of aides is represented on each show.”
“Yes, you can get aides from a Haitian prostitute, but those Dominican boy toys are clean as soap.”
“Congress plans to probe the recent explosion at a West Virginia coal mine and has dispatched two aides from the House Education and Labor Committee to the state as part of its investigation.”
“September 16th, 2009 3: 59 pm ET sometimes i wish Carville would just shut up ... we don't need bush's aides to shut up, we just need clear-minded people to remind us of what a disaster the entire bush administration was, and to state the opinion of bush and his aides comes from the Master of Cluelessness ..”
“At the time, the Bush administration relied on separation of powers, the idea that the Executive branch headed by the president and Congress are co-equal branches of government who cannot compel one another to act, and on executive privilege, the idea that the advice the president receives from his aides is confidential, to try to avoid responding to congressional subpoenas for testimony.”
Looking for tweets for aides.