Helper

Help'er noun One who, or that which, helps, aids, assists, or relieves; as, a lay helper in a parish. « Thou art the helper of the fatherless.» Ps. x. 14. « Compassion . . . oftentimes a helper of evils.» Dr. H. More.
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Helper

• (n.) One who, or that which, helps, aids, assists, or relieves; as, a lay helper in a parish.
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Helper

An external program that can be called up by a web browser to display specially formatted material, such as word processed documents, spreadsheet documents or video/sound pieces. The Helper program is launched by the web browser as a separate application to view or play the file.
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Helper

A program used by a WWW browser to process files that the browser itself cannot, for example a sound file, JPEG image, MPEG movie, or a compressed file. Also known as a viewer.
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Helper

Assigning responsibilities to students encourages responsibility and serves as a form of recognition and pride for many students. Being 'in charge' of the student lunch count or clean-up of the play area helps students to learn leadership skills.
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Helper

[Subud] Within Subud, a `helper` (pembantu pelatih, meaning `helping to train” or `assistant trainer`) is a person who fills a certain support role. The nature of this role, and the actual performance of those who fill it, are subjects of some controversy within Subud. Most Subud groups have helpers, who are responsible for assisting othe...
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Helper

Non-breeding immature or adult bird that assists breeding pair with care of their eggs and/or young; often from a previous brood.
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