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She was helping Chloe set the table, to that lady's intense delight at "Missy's" girlish housewifery.

I have had a most interesting day; I spent part of the morning in the wards, helping with dressings.

Some states have the referendum and initiative power of helping to make laws.

CitizenshipEmma Guy Cromwell

They point out that we stopped them from helping us, and that, had we not done so, the Boers would have been easily put down.

I may mention finally the use of hypnotism for helping in a safe and quick confinement.

PsychotherapyHugo Mnsterberg

I would be helping both my son and my daughter, and, besides, I should make great masses of people happy.

Giving help where it is needed is 'helping the lame dog over the stile.'

"I hadn't thought of going to church," replied Mr. Spence, helping himself to cherries.

In sporting matters they are, and ought to be, very valuable in helping to keep the ideal of sport at a high level.

'I Believe' and other essaysCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

They are working in the fields, in the vegetable-gardens, helping the Territorials mend the roads.

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