- n a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
- n a person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help)
- At the same time, other helper T cells in the lymph nodes move to couple with yet another kind of immune fighter, the B cells.
- He describes that position as a vague helper to the President a bit like "a coat rack," he says.
- Nelson said Powell had been working with firewood with a helper who briefly stepped away.
News & Articles
- Vets fishing event on Saturday at Melones
Around 40 veterans are expected Saturday for the Purple Heart Anglers fishing event at New Melones Reservoir. The vets will be treated to a day on the lake with local volunteers hosting the servicemen and women on their boats. “There’s been a great outpour of support from the community,” said Melanie Lewis, of Glory Hole Sports, and event helper. “We’ve got more boats than we do veterans.”
June 14, 2013 - The Union Democrat
- Helper council adopts pro-chicken ordinance
Before either chicken or egg, an ordinance allowing both must come first. Helper now has such an ordinance. It permits chickens on owner-occupied property in residential areas, as long as ranchers follow the rules.
June 11, 2013 - Sun Advocate
- Bec Cartwright in NEWS.com.au
She (Mia) understands something's happening and she's really excited about it,Bec Hewitt said. "She'll be just over three when the baby arrives and we think she'll be a good little helper."
- Hamid Karzai in The Courier News
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai says he's heard reports that Iranian weapons are flowing into his nation but that so far Tehran has been a "helper and a solution."