Now, look here, bred'ren, just try wonst to be cibil, a helping yourselbs from dat whale.
Well, said Stubb, helping himself freely meanwhile; I shall now go back to the subject of this steak.
Goddard being able to come; and her last pleasing duty, before she left the house, was to pay her respects to them as they sat together after dinner; and while her father was fondly noticing the beauty of her dress, to make the two ladies all the amends in her power, by helping
them to large slices of cake and full glasses of wine, for whatever unwilling selfdenial his care of their constitution might have obliged them to practise during the meal.
The assistance he thought of, I dare say, was only such as might be reasonably expected of you; for instance, such as looking out for a comfortable small house for them, helping
them to move their things, and sending them presents of fish and game, and so forth, whenever they are in season.
In addition, as more middle school parents were concerned about helping
children establish positive study habits than assisting them with the academic content of their homework (Reetz, 1991), middle schools need to provide families with guidance on how to promote homework management strategies.
Most groups devote their energy and resources to helping
members cope with their personal problems, and impacting on social policy is not seen as their priority.
Security guards and elevator operators were killed helping
others escape to safety.
NVC helps identify and reach those customers by helping
to target and segment customers.
students work with the system should be a primary goal for career and academic counselors.
Doing Good: Passion and Commitment for Helping
Eisner Camp recognizes campers for helping
keep the camp clean, visiting campers in the infirmary, and for taking on specific responsibilities.
said: "This is partnership at its best, an effort joined by federal, state, local and private interests for the great and good purpose of helping
people help themselves.