Definitions for "Assist"
An assist is credited to a player who helps set up a goal. Assists are awarded to the last man to handle the puck immediately preceding the goal. There is a maximum of two assists per goal.
(sports) the act of enabling another player to make a good play
ASSIST (Articulation System Stimulating Interinstitutional Student Transfer) is the statewide repository of articulation information, offering easy access to a single computerized database of student transfer information. This database includes UC TCAs, IGETC lists, CSU GE-Breadth lists and articulation agreements for all California public postsecondary institutions. ASSIST can help you determine if a student will receive credit for courses already taken, and how those courses will apply to specific academic goals.
To give support to in some undertaking or effort, or in time of distress; to help; to aid; to succor.
To lend aid; to help.
To lend aid or support in some undertaking or effort. (No authority over the activity is implied.)
Association for ICT Professionals in Health and Social Care
Association of ICT Professionals in Health and Social Care
A web-based frontend to help students make their school timetable in an online subject registration environment, running totally on the client's web-browser by grabbing XML from the server, and calculating possible schedules on the fly.
An online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another.
ASSIST (the Assembler System for Student Instruction and Systems Teaching) is an IBM System/370-compatible assembler and interpreter developed in the 1970s at Penn State University by John Mashey and a group of Mashey's student assistants. Originally, ASSIST was available only to universities and was implemented at several hundred of them, but was occasionally used elsewhere. In 1998, Penn State declared that ASSIST was no longer copyrighted and that the program was freely available.
Keywords:  reus, actus, imputed, whom, person
if you do this, the actus reus of the person whom you assist is imputed to you.
In Scientology, the Assist is described as a "process which is done to alleviate a present time discomfort".
work for or be a servant to; "May I serve you?"; "She attends the old lady in the wheelchair"; "Can you wait on our table, please?"; "Is a salesperson assisting you?"; "The minister served the King for many years"
Keywords:  pim, reminder, monday, plain, english
Assist takes plain english commands and interpretes them to carry out a specified action. Example: "remind me to hand in paper on monday" will create a reminder in your PIM with the subject: "hand in paper", due date being the very next Monday.
Any unplanned interruption or variance from specifications of equipment operation that requires human intervention of fewer than six minutes to correct. After six minutes has elapsed, an assist becomes a failure. If intervention is required, but there is no interruption of operation within specifications and no component is replaced, the action is deemed to be an assist independent of its duration.
a customer-invisible event that flushes out the machine and allows microcode to handle rare but difficult-to-handle problems
term used to coordinate the group to attack the same target; also used when a sociable monster assist one of it “family” that was attacked
Keywords:  spectator, meeting, public
To be present as a spectator; as, to assist at a public meeting.
Keywords:  trump, dealer, suit, partner, orders
When the dealer's partner orders up the trump suit.
Hybrid system with a small battery-pack and a single small electric-motor that provides peak power for the gasoline-engine during periods of acceleration.
Automated Systems Security Incident Support Team
Automated System for Survey Information and Statistical Tools
Association for Information Management for Staff in the NHS.
a certain non-monetary benefit given to an overseas manufacturer by the U
any materials, tools, or services the importer provides free of charge or at a reduced cost, used to produce or sell merchandise for export to the United States. When it is not included in the price, the value of the assist is added to the transaction value of imported goods to assess duties.
Keywords:  adapted
adapted to
act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function
Keywords:  kill, shared
A shared kill
Keywords:  raise