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  • n. Plural form of helm.

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Examples

  • The artistic directors' game of musical chairs continues: following the departure of Michael Grandage from the Donmar, his replacement and protege, Josie Rourke, helms her final production at the Bush Theatre.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • Apparently the guy who ran Kenneth Cole's Twitter feed Brief summary: "Who says violent crackdowns of Arab rebellions can't FABULOUS!?!" now helms @Esquiremag's account.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Dueling Debt Deals

  • Jeffrey Feingold, who helms Fidelity Trend and other funds, will take over.

    Markets Bounce Back

  • Michael Cudlitz helms a breathtaking cast of standout actors who bring strength and presence to their characters.

    Lisa Steinberg: Laying Down the Law

  • Some of the helmets for the men became pretty fantastical and veer from what would have been worn for actual combat as opposed to ceremonial helms.

    Fashion: How Movies Corrupt History « Colleen Anderson

  • While Nooyi helms PepsiCo, which has revenues of $43 billion annually and a portfolio of brands that include Tropicana, Frito Lay and Gatorade, DeGeneres directly connects with 3 million viewers daily weekdays through her talk show.

    The New Forbes Power Women

  • He treats us to a long discourse on "banded mail", the full-faced bucket helms are probably fifty years too hi-tech, the use of a barrier in tournament is a tad precocious.

    zornhau: Past Lives: Ronald Welch's "Knight Crusader"

  • Master Chef Christian Delouvrier who marveled diners at Lespinasse and Les Celebrités, now helms the kitchen at La Mangeoire on 2nd Avenue which he has transformed and evolved into a French Country Bistro serving home cooked Gascony and other regional French country dishes.

    Karine Bakhoum: Duck, Duck, NO Goose

  • Master Chef Christian Delouvrier who marveled diners at Lespinasse and Les Celebrités, now helms the kitchen at La Mangeoire on 2nd Avenue which he has transformed and evolved into a French Country Bistro serving home cooked Gascony and other regional French country dishes.

    Karine Bakhoum: Duck, Duck, NO Goose

  • At the one I recently attended, Goncalves collaborated with Marco Gomes, the chef who helms Foz Velha in Porto, to create Old World Portuguese fare with, of course, a contemporary twist.

    Jeanine Barone: Portuguese Kitchen Fun in Westchester

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