HELP

(redirected from helped)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

HELP

Heat escape lessening position.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
References in periodicals archive ?
Retired for five or six years from a general law practice in his hometown, Crawford has helped write briefs at the archdiocesan tribunal in Los Angeles.
The use of part-time per diem help in exchange for office space and administrative support as well as cost shaling with another part-timer helped alleviate some of the problems caused by the profession's drastic work-load swings.
Sacred Heart University junior Ricardo Roman helped Black Enterprise Unlimited gear up for the Golf & Tennis Challenge, and Morgan State University senior Shada Roper got experience in corporate communications.
They also helped persuade the city to celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday, which it had not done before.
However, a year and eight counseling sessions later, Friedberg helped him make the switch from library science to technology consulting.
Many questions are being asked about how these tragedies could have been prevented, how those directly involved can be helped, and how we can avoid such events in the future.
Several of my classmates took advantage of this make-shift writing center--it helped them improve their composition grades by teaching them how to organize the thoughts and ideas in their papers, how to properly format the information, and produce a paper that clearly and forcibly put their point across.
Rutgers University may lose as much as $10 million over the next four years in CST funds, but the bigger loss is what that money might have helped produce.
One year prior to making the leap, Matthews, a Spelman graduate, worked with a career coach who helped her to develop the confidence to step out on her own.
Also in this brochure, three people with panic disorder comment on how treatment has helped them regain their lives.
Inhabitants of the disability communities must be helped by building awareness around the most visible areas that could block their social development and integration.
An assessment by the American Association of Community Colleges revealed that 23 of the colleges in the program reported they won 495 new grants valued at nearly $129 million since joining RCCI; the same number of colleges reported the development of 193 new economic partnerships; 13 of the colleges assisted in 716 small business start-ups; and 14 of them helped raise capital to support local entrepreneurship programs valued at $18.4 million.