assistant: a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "my invaluable assistant"; "they hired additional help to finish the work"
benefactor: a person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help)
The Helper Amtrak station is a train station in Helper, Utah, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system.
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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.
One who helps; an aide
(The Helpers) provide assistance or direction
(Helpers) Spiritual aides. One of our Loi and/or his or her minions.
Any locomotive added to assist a train up a grade.
A module that, when included, offers additional functionality such as easy linking to pages, building XML sitemaps or Atom web feeds.
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.
The locomotive that is added to a train to supply extra power that may be needed to surmount a steep grade.
beekins are split into two classes - Green Helpers, which can use the Help channel, and Blue Helpers, who cannot. They're the generic help and support team for Furcadia.
Nobody wants to be a helper. As an example, even if a coworker is in an entry level position and if they working with an installer or a technician they are an installer or technician. They just do not have the same skill level.
An adult who helps with a Section but does not hold a Leader Appointment.
A trainer or very experienced person that inter-acts with the dog during training.
a lad who helps the putter up a gradient
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.
CAN YOU PROVE IT? If you can go for it. That is a BIGGY.