- v. Simple past tense and past participle of help.
“London's fume-filled, concrete roundabout may not have had the glamour or scale of California's Silicon Valley, but the label helped pinpoint a new generation of tech talent that included music site Last.fm and printworks Moo.com.”
“He would be the force behind two of the major theaters in Midtown: the Roxy and Radio City Music Hall, where his name helped inspire the Rockettes.”
“The phrase helped him get his silkscreen business going, which he later expanded through the Internet.”
“The name helped get her some publicity, a few grants, some pity donations from a rich liberal or two, a little extra police protection from the city.”
“I have to think the title helped that deal come to be.”
“The label helped them accept some of their quirks, but it doesn't define them or their life.”
“The label helped increase its name recognition after the war.”
“The nickname helped us communicate in one of the most paranoid countries in the world: Muammar Gaddafi's Libya.”
“Every place had its own personality," she said, adding cheers from New Yorkers screaming her name helped her get through.”
“Paul Duffield gave his side the lead just four minutes into the quarter and two goals apiece to Sandilands and Ballantyne for the term helped the Dockers out to a 31-point advantage.”
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