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help (oneself) (to something)

To serve oneself (something); to take, consume, or indulge in (something) freely or without permission or restraint. There's plenty of food in the kitchen, so please, help yourselves to more. The vagrant they had given shelter to for the night helped himself to the family's prized set of silverware. The maps at the information kiosk are free, so tourists are welcome to help themselves.
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help

 (someone or an animal) (get) over something
1. Lit. to aid someone or an animal climb over something. I helped him get over the wall. I helped the puppy over the barrier.
2. Fig. to aid someone or an animal recover from something. Sharon wanted to help Roger get over his illness. We try to help the families get over the loss of their loved ones.

help

oneself (to something) to take something oneself without asking permission. The thief helped himself to the money in the safe. Help yourself to more dessert.
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One of typical cooperative MAC protocols of recipient-specified helper is the OXIDE protocol [16].
While our work focused on the intestines, we found that helper T cells in all tissues of the body have the potential to become killer cells in response to recognition of viral, tumor or other antigens in the context of cytokines such as IL-15," said Dr.
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The virus stimulated production of an immune system-signalling molecule that activated natural helper cells.
Volunteers interested in working as a helper for a pilgrim complete an application that is reviewed by ASCPG staff to determine whether they will be selected.
Successful entry-level drillers with the company can expect to work six weeks at a stretch, 12-hours a day, pulling in as much as $4,000 per month as a driller's helper.
The recommendation of the nurse or therapist, combined with the product and exercise information included in the Order Assist[TM] Kit, enables residents to choose the Hand Helper products that meet their needs.
By focusing on the employment relationship between the domestic helper and the female employer, this study pinpoints the class inequality between two hierarchical strata of wage-earning women in a Third World setting.
A nonpartisan lawmakers' group said Tuesday it is planning to submit a bill to foster helper dogs to an extraordinary Diet session scheduled for the fall as well as other bills to revise a basic law on disabled persons and related laws.
Helper is a new software program that provides personal productivity, marketing and management tools for bankers who are either getting into the brokerage business or Looking to improve their effectiveness.
Kottler divides each chapter into topics, often including a story of a helper in support of the particular topic.
If hiring a helper enables a married woman to engage in market work, then a plausible measure for the "rent" or surplus from this employment relationship is the difference between the woman's wage and her helper's wage.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 8, 2017-In-Home Senior Care Provider Senior Helpers Acquires Facility
30 March 2017 - US-based in-home senior care provider Senior Helpers plans to grow through the acquisition of local, private in-home care companies in 2017, the company said.