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  • v. Present participle of helm.

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Examples

  • And last we heard, David Cronenberg was interested in helming the remake.

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  • McG -- who made his name helming Charlie's Angels and recently completed Terminator: Salvation -- will direct Disney's

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  • Ray made his name helming Pather Panchali, the first in the Apu Trilogy in the 1950s (the other two films are Aparajito and Apu Sansar).

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  • Obviously you need the right mix of skills such as helming, trimming, bowmen, sailmaking, rigging and engineering, yet it is just as important to select people who will work well as a team.

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  • Bennett Miller finally follows up on his "Capote" success by helming this adaptation of the book about the Oakland A's and their unconventional approach to assembling a successful team.

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  • Inspired by retro '70s silk-screened vans, the 34-foot vehicle bears a bold "lifelike" image of Jack in chest armor, helming an ancient Roman-style chariot borne by a tiger and a bear, their fangs bared.

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  • And at 88, Dot Domilise center is still helming the narrow kitchen.

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  • And at 88, nor is Dot Domilise, still helming the narrow kitchen.

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  • In directing, who's going to deny Martin Scorsese for helming Boardwalk's pilot?

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  • The firm is also helming Lincoln Center's Claire Tow Theater, a $14 million addition above the Vivian Beaumont Theater that will seat 131 people and is expected to open early this year.

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