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helm

Nautical
a. the wheel, tiller, or entire apparatus by which a vessel is steered
b. the position of the helm: that is, on the side of the keel opposite from that of the rudder

Helm

A bulbous termination to the top of a tower, found in central and eastern Europe.

helm

[helm]
(naval architecture)
The tiller or wheel controlling a ship's rudder.
The entire apparatus for steering a ship.
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Among the attendees were UK Members of the EU Parliament Paul Nuttall & Roger Helmer.
Ly's allegations against CIGA to contact either her law firm by telephone or email -- 323-454-1220 or email -- or the law firm of Helmer Friedman LLP -- 310-396-7714 or email.
The task force will recommend individual sets of rules for each park, Helmer said.
Mr Helmer, who has represented the East Midlands in the European Parliament for 15 years, was "overwhelmingly" endorsed by the Newark constituency association at a hustings meeting on Monday before being backed by Ukip's National Executive Committee, said a party spokesman.
The middle school usually has a handful of student violations involving illegal substances each year, Helmer says.
According to Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Mr Helmer was sleeping when he felt a sharp pain in his right ear around 2:30 am on Wednesday.
MEPs who made no donations but claimed allowances include: Gerard Batten, London, PS51,977; John Bufton, Wales, PS49,550; William Legge, South West, PS53,813 and Roger Helmer, East Midlands, PS67,410.
8220;With the addition of Helmer, we continue to expand our international clientele,” said Broker-Owner Bryan Guentner.
Set in the northern Netherlands, it is narrated by a small-scale livestock farmer, Helmer van Wonderen--owner of a small flock of sheep, some twenty cows, egg-laying chickens and two donkeys--whose routine is unvarying and mundane.
We target that market because they're starting to make decisions about courses and directions to take in high school," said Joyce Helmer, chairman of the Wabnode Centre for Aboriginal Services at Sudbury's Cambrian College.
In an interview on BBC Radio 4's PM programme, Roger Helmer said the NHS was no longer the envy of the world.
There are calls for Helmer to be officially reprimanded, but so far Conservative Central Office has declined to comment.