helping hand


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helping hand

Assistance with a task, or a person who provides such assistance. I could really use a helping hand carrying all of these boxes downstairs. You've been such a helping hand with this dinner, I couldn't have done it without you!
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*a helping hand

Fig. help; physical help, especially with the hands. (*Typically: get ~; need ~; give someone ~; offer ~; offer someone ~.) When you feel like you need a helping hand making dinner, just let me know.
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helping hand

see under lend a hand.
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a ˌhelping ˈhand

help: The new charity tries to offer a helping hand to young people who have become addicted to drugs.A helping hand would be very welcome at the moment.
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Any money raised on the day will be split between A Helping Hand and Children with Cancer UK.
With such helping hand, Cheprot was awarded by the Nigeria IAAF representative Mike Itemuagbor kshs 1 million for his humanitarian effort as well as race organsiers kshs 1 million for being "brother's keeper".
Fifteen Operation Helping Hand grants have been awarded so far to the County Prosecutors' Offices in Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Salem, Sussex, Union and Warren counties.
They also discovered that simply making support available is often better than overtly discussing it: Extending a helping hand was just as likely to make the situation worse as improve it, while simply making job resources available had a more consistently positive effect.
Here, Helping Hand chose to ignore the remaining defendants despite the court's repeated determination that it could not proceed with those depositions until it formulated a plan to address those other defendants so as to ensure a manageable discovery procedure.
"If you know a child or family deserving of a helping hand then let us know.
He further said that nothing gives greater satisfaction and joy than extending a helping hand to those in distress.
Besides, District Naib Nazim, Syed Qasim Ali Shah, Director Coordination, Sahiabzada Mohammad Tariq, Director Helping Hand, Shakeel Ahmad, District Health Officer (DHO), Dr.
'Helping Hands' is an initiative that is very close to our hearts as it is a way to support and connect with our retail colleagues who are the true backbone of the Group."
He expressed these views while speaking as a chief guest at the concluding session of International Youth Conference, organized by Helping Hand for Relief and Development at Islamabad.
MEMBERS of the community lent a helping hand as part of a church project.
Washington, DC, September 24, 2015 --(PR.com)-- "Believers in the God of Israel and His Son Jesus are persecuted everyday throughout the world," says Larry Cheshier, Executive Director of Yad Ezra - The Helping Hand. "On Sunday, September 27, 2015 "while the world watches the pope in Philadelphia" says Mr.
THE Liverpool office of accountancy firm BDO gave a helping hand to Cavendish High Academy, in Runcorn, by redecorating classrooms and improving the school's outdoor area for openair learning.
TEAM members at the Wilko store on Colchester Avenue, Cardiff, are offering a helping hand to community groups and charities in the area who need extra support in 2014.
Giving advice and lending a helping hand to a fellow mum is one of those things that you don't have to think twice about.
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