Mum Harriet watched helplessly
as her 14-month-old son went fishing in the Prince's Pimm's during yesterday's royal visit.
A week after the investment felon behind the world's largest Ponzi scheme received a 150-year prison sentence, his clients still bob helplessly
in his wake.
They demanded of the concerned officials to resolve the water issue, otherwise they would helplessly
come on roads.
1 : to fall suddenly and helplessly
<He tumbled off the bridge.
A TEESSIDE mum helplessly
watched her daughter's life hanging in the balance after the youngster swallowed toy beads coated in a lethal "date-rape" drug.
Articles tracing verses which inspired the public show that the poet is "forced to realise that it is not his work, Dante or Shakespeare, that most people treasure in times of trouble, but grotesquely bad verses written by maiden ladies in local newspapers; millions have been comforted and perhaps saved from despair by appalling trash while poetry stood helplessly
and incompetently by.
This may have been the result of embarrassment at the legacy of the Corbusian Modernists, who viewed helplessly
the dilution of profound and powerful ideas by weak or cynical clients, and technological developments unseen by the pioneer Modernists, for example the environmental impact of the car.
Most likely there are people who are concerned for you, and stand by helplessly
as you grow more and more isolated.
Then, as I bobbed around helplessly
in the Irish Sea as part of the latest training exercise by the Angle lifeboat crew, I was given a view from the sharp end of what it would be like to be stranded in the ocean.
One prays best when one is really and helplessly
'up against it.
At Edinburgh Playhouse last week, the supergroup's harmonies on Helplessly
Hoping and Carry On were superb.