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noun abetment, accommodation, advantage, addice, aid, assist, assistance, auxilium, avail, backing, benefit, benevolence, boon, care, charity, cooperation, cure, deliverance, encouragement, expedient, facilitation, favor, fosterage, furtherance, good turn, guidance, hand, helpfulness, humanitarianism, ministration, patronage, philanthropy, redress, relief, remedy, rescue, resource, seconding, service, stead, strengthening, subsidium, subvention, succor, support, sustenance, use, utility
Associated concepts: Good Samaritan

help

verb abet, accommodate, advance, advise, aid, alleviate, ameliorate, apply a remedy, assist, avail, back, be benevolent, be of use, benefit, better, boost, come to the aid of, contribute, cooperate, correct, cure, do a service, ease, encourage, expedite, facilitate, fix, fortify, forward, furnish assistance, further, heal, improve, intercede for, lend a hand, lend aid, lend support, make easy, oblige, promote, prop, put right, rally, reinforce, relieve, render assistance, second, serve, smooth, speed, stand by, stead, strengthen, succor, succurrere, support, sustain, work for
Associated concepts: aid and abet, facilitation, rescue doctrine
See also: abet, accommodate, advance, advantage, advocacy, aid, ameliorate, assist, assistance, avail, behalf, benefactor, benefit, capitalize, charity, coadjutant, consortium, contribute, contribution, countenance, emend, employee, enable, endow, espouse, expedite, facilitate, favor, foster, gift, guidance, inure, largess, mainstay, nurture, organize, pander, patronage, personnel, profit, promote, promotion, reassure, redress, reinforcement, relief, relieve, remedy, rescue, samaritan, sanction, save, serve, service, side, solace, staff, subsidize, support, uphold
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I cannot help the misguided ones who developed and signed this petition, but I hold NCR to a higher standard to have used better judgment than to have accepted the ad for inclusion.
And though the book is touted as fiction, one cannot help but believe that the characters are indeed based on real people from the author's life.
Such a background, says Lamer, cannot help but affect Rushmore's message.
Nonetheless, one cannot help but wonder why Robertson hasn't been charged with a crime for leading his Linux followers into the murky world of hacking.
We care about each other and regularly demonstrate that fact by routinely pitching in to help those who cannot help themselves.
All my years have been mere dodges of death," the speaker confesses in "Paris, Annapolis," and one cannot help but wonder if the resilience in these poems has a wellspring that allows the victory of life over absolute form in Clarke's imperfect sonnets as well as his flirtation with both the vernacular profane and the formal pristine.
But his characters, like drowning men, grasp him and pull him down with them: he cannot help caring, he cannot help loving them, cannot help drawing with them that final, fatal breath.
We cannot help but wonder how much richer Pooh's life might be were he to have a trial of low-dose stimulant medication,' the article states.
As a white, Baptist Christian, I cannot help wondering whether seeing, for example, First Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, in the program as one of the host churches might have been equally significant.
And because they cannot help but remember that attentiveness and high quality when they next review a letter or other submission from TEI on an important tax policy or administration issue, our conferences help imbue our advocacy efforts with added credibility.
These articles describe spirituality in a variety of broad ways, but as I read them I cannot help but come away with two messages.
Anyone who compares how African Americans began this century to how we are ending it cannot help but share my sense of optimism, wonder and gratitude.

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