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hel per

  • 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.
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  • 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
    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."

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