Haven't you been in bitter distress once when a helping hand
was held out to you?
What for five years he had been wanting -- a faithful servant, a friend, a helping hand
-- seemed to have fallen from Heaven just when he expected it the least.
Uncas, take my steel and kindle a fire; a mouthful of a tender broil will give natur' a helping hand
, after so long a trail.
But to the poor folk they would give a helping hand
in need and trouble, and would return to them that which had been unjustly taken from them.
There was no speech nor language, no pitying voice or helping hand
, from that distant sky.
he had never been one of those poor-spirited sneaks who would refuse to give a helping hand
to a fellow-traveller in this puzzling world.
To show how unripe I was for John Barleycorn, when, at this time, I descended into my slough of despond, I never dreamed of turning to John Barleycorn for a helping hand
Sancho, on his part, gave a helping hand
to release Gines de Pasamonte, who was the first to leap forth upon the plain free and unfettered, and who, attacking the prostrate commissary, took from him his sword and the musket, with which, aiming at one and levelling at another, he, without ever discharging it, drove every one of the guards off the field, for they took to flight, as well to escape Pasamonte's musket, as the showers of stones the now released galley slaves were raining upon them.
MEMBERS of the community lent a helping hand
as part of a church project.
Cheshier, on the west lawn of the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC Yad Ezra - The Helping Hand
will host a rally a to raise the awareness in the USA of the persecution of believers in Jesus in the world today.
It was a wonderful experience for our agents and staff to lend a helping hand
to these important causes and give back to the communities that we serve.
George Clarke (right) offers a helping hand
and some sensible advice.