helpmate


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helpmate

1. A companion who provides assistance or support, especially a wife or husband. It's only by the support of my lifelong helpmate that I was able to get through the hardship of my father's death.
2. Anything or anyone that aids, assists, or is helpful, especially regularly or constantly. We've entered an age where phones are no longer merely tools for communication—they've become helpmates in nearly every facet of life.
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In an interview, Ms Thaba said the Bible indicated that God originally created women to be men's helpmates.
2 May 2016 - US-based church management software provider ACS Technologies has acquired Kentucky-based church software solutions provider Helpmate Technology Solutions, including its Church Helpmate solution, which is desktop church management software with more than 2,000 users across the country, the company said.
In accepting the editor's offer, Goudy was agreeing to "draw all of the letters, make eighty patterns to scale, engrave matrices and cast type in time to meet the magazine's deadline." Almost miraculously, Goudy completed these tasks in just sixteen working days, and he imagined the perfect association to make with his efforts: "As I worked, the idea came to me that I might dedicate this 'one hundredth type' to my beloved helpmate, Bertha M.
But the helpmate is the component of the nymph symbolic most often featured in Fontaine, with the star often attempting her lover's moral rehabilitation by redirecting him from criminality (Suspicion, Kiss the Blood from My Hands), bitter disillusionment {This Above All), or cynicism {The Constant Nymph, Letter from an Unknown Woman).
"Our wish is to have a good parliament, a helpmate in national development."
You want someone with style, someone who is healthy and someone who will be a supportive helpmate. But listen to your heart too Taurus.
& conceived for both of them a helpmate, sadist Irma Grese,
Yes, Randy was a wonderful guy, a good friend, a strong helpmate and a stellar individual honest as the day is long, then a day or so longer.
He must understand that you can't relate to him as a lover and helpmate (all part and parcel of permanent relationships) if he's going to be a great big boo-boo.
Automated couriers, such as the HelpMate robot, have been found in American hospitals for over a decade.
Elizabeth of York as 'helpmate', Catherine of Aragon as 'foreign ally' and so on.
"You were a trusted confidant and helpmate and 'beck and call' girl linked to six entities you are not at the top but not far behind" in this fraud."
We're donating proceeds from our limited edition special lingerie set (shown at right), which is handmade by West Asheville local Miss Elise Olson, to Helpmate, an organization that offers crisis services to victims of domestic violence and their children.
While New Orleans' labs were all affected by the storms, generally you can find a helpmate laboratory down the street, across town, or even in another region that is operational and can handle the workload.