|officers helping commanders||general staff|
|(Military) officers who assist commanders||gs (general staff)|
|(north england) money, brass musical instrument group or players, brass musical instruments, category of musical instruments; type of metal alloy which consists of zinc and copper, excessive self-assurance, high-ranking officers, item made of brass, it...||brass|
|act of helping, aid, attend something, help somebody, team player help||assist|
|action helping cause, bloom, exhale; inflate; wave; whistle; explode; sprout, hard hit, setback, strike, hit; exhalation, breath||blow|
|aid giver, clerical servant, person that ministers, helping, ministering; attending, religious minister||ministrant|
|aiding, helping; providing support; supplementary, additional; maintained as a reserve||aux. (auxillary)|
|amount served, assisting, act of helping; serving, portion of food served||helping|
|ancient Roman holder of joint office, one of two officers in ancient Rome who exercised jointly the duties of a public office, one of two people sharing authority||duumvir|
|antigen-enhancing drug, drug-enhancing agent, helper, assistant; substance or treatment that is used as a supplement to the primary treatment (Medicine); substance added to an antigen or vaccine to increase the immune response (Immunology), helping age...||adjuvant|
|armed forces or its high-ranking officers, army, defense force of a nation, of army, of or pertaining to the military; befitting or characteristic of a soldier; performed by the defense force of a nation, of war or armed forces, typical of soldier||military|
|as subsidy, company controlled by larger one, helping or supporting, secondary in importance, somebody or something auxiliary, subsidiary company, company that is owned or controlled by another company, supplementary, auxiliary; secondary, lesser in im...||subsidiary|
|assist in birth of baby, deliver a baby, assist in childbirth, one who assists women in childbirth, somebody helping to create something, somebody trained to deliver babies||midwife|
|assistant, aide, one who possesses only partial professional skills, nonprofessional helping with professional work, of an assistant; of a person trained to help a professional||paraprofessional|
|assumption for the sake of argument, bract supporting grass flower, glossary word, helping theory, subordinate proposition (Mathematics); headword, word that is explained or clarified, subject heading||lemma|
|British medal for commissioned officers||Distinguished Service Order|
|British police force, force of constables, group of constables, officers of the peace; military police, military style police force, pertaining to constables or their duties||constabulary|
|charitable and generous, devoted to helping other people||philanthropic; philanthropical|
|civil service unit devoted to maintaining law and order; constables, officers of the law, clean a military base, cleanliness and order in the military, enforcement of law, ensure law and order, ensure rules are followed, keep watch, guard, supervise; p...||police|
|commander; policeman; appointee, elected or appointed official, police officer, somebody in authority on ship, somebody of rank in the armed forces, supply something with officers||officer|
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