Coming to their assistance - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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come to (one's) assistance
To help one. Because Nancy is a senior member of the team, I really appreciated her coming to my assistance. When that case had me stumped, I asked another detective to come to my assistance.
come to someone's assistance
to arrive and provide assistance to someone. A kindly truck driver came to our assistance, and we were able to call for help. I hope someone will come to my assistance soon.
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This will be a devastating experience for them and I want to thank all those in the State, local authority and voluntary sectors who are coming to their assistance
It looks like Acklam are coming to their assistance
with facilities until Jackson has landed properly at Smith's Dock Park - perhaps he should have aimed at Hartlepool Marina
He said: "The farmers are usually outnumbered and the police are not coming to their assistance