help along

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help someone along

1. to help someone move along. I helped the old man along. Please help her along. She has a hurt leg.
2. to help someone advance. I am more than pleased to help you along with your math. She helped herself along by studying hard.
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Though basically self-taught, Tipton had help along the way.
A COMMUNITY group could pick up some extra help along with their shopping if they visit a North Wales store next week.
Apparently, when the news of Kate's alleged cocaine sniffing broke, the company's MD took the view that Opium has been linked to controversy before (remember THAT poster of Sophie Dahl in the buff) and that it can only help along the sales.
Eight days of state-provided teacher training will help along the process, which begins with current sixth graders.
Baba Yaga, a timeless old woman "force," provides occasional clues and help along the way.
But he ended up in sheet extrusion anyway, making his own recycled composite sheet with a bit of his father's help along the way.
We will be actively seeking to develop course offerings and articles in our publications to help along these lines.
Committee member Gary Moore said: "We help along with volunteers to keep our River Sowe clean and the Sowe Valley footpath clean and tidy.
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And Hut ton, who yesterday helped launch a new club DVD '3 00 Goals - The SPL Years', admits he's had help along the way.
And they have got a little celebrity help along the way.
But she will have some help along the way from her fireman father Mark and two friends who are rowing with her as part of their training for a world record attempt to row across the Atlantic in June.