1 The habit of entering accurately must help to soothe me.
2 He escaped before without our help; to-night he shall escape with it.
3 You can do more than any that live, and your courage is your best help.
4 Had hoped when in the English Channel to be able to signal for help or get in somewhere.
5 God and the Blessed Virgin and the saints help a poor ignorant soul trying to do his duty.
6 In the meantime I must find out all I can about Count Dracula, as it may help me to understand.
7 Let me be prosaic so far as facts can be; it will help me to bear up, and imagination must not run riot with me.
8 I am to leave in the morning and go over to Jonathan, and to help to nurse him if necessary, and to bring him home.
9 Mother cried out in a fright, and struggled up into a sitting posture, and clutched wildly at anything that would help her.
10 He told me how dear I was to him, though he had known me so little, and what his life would be with me to help and cheer him.
11 I tried to get him to talk about the past few days, for any clue to his thoughts would be of immense help to me; but he would not rise.
12 It is odd that a thing which I have been taught to regard with disfavour and as idolatrous should in a time of loneliness and trouble be of help.
13 He wishes me to say that he has not sufficient money with him, and that he would like to pay for his staying here, so that others who need shall not be wanting for help.
14 Come with me, friend John, and you shall help me deck the room with my garlic, which is all the way from Haarlem, where my friend Vanderpool raise herb in his glass-houses all the year.
15 I was not sleepy, as the long sleep yesterday had fortified me; but I could not help experiencing that chill which comes over one at the coming of the dawn, which is like, in its way, the turn of the tide.
16 He seemed thoroughly to understand, and went on to ask if there would be any practical difficulty in having one man to attend, say, to banking, and another to look after shipping, in case local help were needed in a place far from the home of the banking solicitor.
17 I feared to wake her all at once, so, in order to have my hands free that I might help her, I fastened the shawl at her throat with a big safety-pin; but I must have been clumsy in my anxiety and pinched or pricked her with it, for by-and-by, when her breathing became quieter, she put her hand to her throat again and moaned.
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